Excuse me if I’m being stupid, but I just can’t see how to search for a phrase on this forum. I’m used to putting the phrase in inverted commas, but that doesn’t seem to work here, even in the Advanced search. I’m searching for “PIP appeal”, but all my searches bring up posts including “PIP” and “appeal” (you can imagine there are quite a few of those [typical British understatement ]), but not necessarily together!
Well, I was actually looking for people who’d had experience of them, since it seems we shall be having to undergo one. But really it was more of a case of knowing what the syntax was for finding phrases in general.
Firstly you don’t to need use inverted commas when searching for a phrase on this forum - and - secondly ‘PIP’ and ‘appeal’ will bring up many threads where those words have been used (just checked and found 22 pages worth !) because they are very often used in commonly asked questions.
Unfortunately you will have to check all of them to see if one contains the answers you are looking for.
Place + in front of a word which must be found > and - in front of a word which must not be found. Put a list of words separated by | into brackets if only one of the words must be found. Use * as a wildcard for partial matches.
Your search will at least bring up all posts/ threads ( you stipulate which further down on the advanced search) include both these terms.
However, as BB says, you could explain your/your carees situation for a more tailored and specific response.