Put your keyword or words in the search box.
"Search" or the "enter" key on your computer will return results categorized by type of resource (form, article, commentary, etc.)
The search engine for the online REDBOOK is similar to other standard search engines with which you might be familiar. Following the tips below will help you narrow your search and get the results you need. For assistance finding resources, contact TAA at .
Here are some good tips and hints for using the online REDBOOK search feature effectively:
- Be as specific as possible
Try to customize your search as much as possible to be specific. For example, searching the word "lease" will yield a huge number of results. Terms like "lease term," "lease provisions," or "move out notice requirements" will get you closer to specific information.
- Optimize your search
If you want to search for a specific phrase, enter the phrase inside quote marks in the search field. For example, searching "late fees" with quote marks will ensure that the site searches for that entire phrase. If you search for the same phrase and do not use quote marks, results will include items with either or both words, or with words like "later" and "calculate."
- Customize your search
The online REDBOOK allows you to search specific types of resources. For example, if you know you're looking for a lockout form, you can search sample management forms only by using the search filter, the box to the left of the "Go" button, with drop-down choices to allow you to narrow your search or search the entire website, which is the default choice.
- Take control of the results
Search results are sorted by relevancy. Results are displayed by category, and the default is for the entire website. You can easily toggle between result sets using the category links. When a result set is being viewed, the tab will be "highlighted." You can also change the number of results displayed.
- Contact TAA for assistance
If no results are found for your search, you can contact TAA at for assistance.