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Mr. Wilson:

Hello, my name is Rodney Fowler and I’m an Intuit assistant on the Tax Almanac website. I wanted to take a moment and thank you for your article on the “501(c)(3) application.”

At Intuit, we’re really excited about the potential for the Tax Almanac website, and appreciate you partnering with us to provide information to the Tax Community.

We hope to see more from you in the future.

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Thank you,

Rodney Fowler


Hi Steve! Thanks for the help with the help! Our users will really appreciate it. I wanted to clarify something on the way searching works and the - operator. I noticed that your comment on the help page mentioned it didn't seem to work. It does in fact work, but I think there is some clarification needed regarding the search results in general. You see, the results come back in two groups. The first group are the articles where their titles have passed the comparison test, and the second are the ones where the body has passed the test. Therefore, it is acceptable to have articles in the first group that contain the - word in the body as long as it does not appear in the title. Also note, that if no titles at all passed the test, then users will only see the body match section.

Make sense? Let me know if you need further clarification. I suspect our users would like some.


Jwolfe 01:18, 26 Aug 2005 (CDT)

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