The facility searches this website only. The box below is just a longer version of the one
on the left:
If you are searching for a particular outline, you
may prefer to go to the
Shorthand Dictionaries page and download the dictionary PDFs,
which will give you 60,000 outlines to choose from. If the word is
not in that dictionary, you might still find it in one of the
website page. A web page search will also find particular phrases
for you, especially the Phrasing pages which have many examples.
over 10,000 shorthand
outlines on this site - theory examples and reading pages. They all have their longhand text underneath them.
The theory examples will mostly show up in the
search results as a line of grammatically unconnected words. Word
lists within PDFs are now listed in bulk on the
Vocabulary – Text
Lists from PDFs page, so if you land there, you need to open the
appropriate PDF and search within it.
You could also use the search box in my
Shorthand BlogSpot to find the outline in one of the articles
The search will take you to the results
page hosted by Freefind
www.freefind.com i.e. you will be leaving this website,
and only returning to it when you click on a search result link. All other
links and information on the Freefind pages are the
responsibility of Freefind.
I chose Freefind
because the results page does not present you with random intrusive
If you use Freefind on your own
website, you need to request it to re-spider your site each time you
add material, so that their index of your site is up-to-date.
It's even better when you have an
enthusiastic helper doing the finding