4 2019 APA Bookshelf Guide Search and Advanced Search APA’s publications can be searched directly from the reader by entering a term in the search box at the top of the publication's page. You can search within a single publication by clicking on that publication. The publication page lists a detailed Table of Contents that allows you to browse for topics of interest, such as "1.3-2 Statutory Nonemployees." You can also search within the publication by entering a search term in the Search box. Entering "statutory nonemployee" in the Search box brings up a Search Results page that lists a broad number of results, along with Advanced Search options. This search produces many results because the text is interpreted as a search for "statutory" OR "nonemployee." To narrow your results, you can limit the search by restricting your terms in the Full Text box on the Advanced Search menu as follows: Require specific terms by using the plus sign as a prefix: +statutory +nonemployee Exclude specific terms by using the minus sign as a prefix: -nonemployee -statutory Add an asterisk to find a root word plus all variations made by adding letters after it: compens* (to find words such as compensable, compensate, compensation, etc.) Enclose a phrase in quotation marks to limit results to an exact match: “statutory nonemployee” You can also use the connectors AND, OR, or NOT in the Full Text box along with your terms to further tailor your searches and results. Printing Use the Print button at the top of the reader to print material from the publications. There is no limit to the amount of pages you print or how many times you can print from the publications. Since these publications are in responsive design format (for improved viewing and searching), they print like web pages. Page breaks vary depending on the publication: The Payroll Source®(updated version)— each subsection can be printed. If the subsection is more than one page, you can choose which pages you want to print or print all the pages in that subsection. Federal Payroll Tax Laws & Regulations and Federal Payroll Non-Tax Laws & Regulations— print each code section and each regulation. APA’s Guide to State Payroll Laws—generally, you can print information for each state within a table. You can download and print The Payroll Source® study guide version and APA's Guide to Local Payroll Taxes. For Payroll Currently and PayState Update, you can download and print each issue, feature, and index. There are two ways you can print: (1) Print directly from the ereader by selecting the Print multiple pages button at the top. Printing will start on the current page. You can print a maximum of 20 pages at a time. You may do this 25 times in a 24-hour period, for a total of 500 pages. (2) Download or print a PDF using the Resources button from the sidebar menu. You will have the option to open or save the file when the PDF is displayed. Note: When printing pages of the publications, be sure the sidebar Table of Contents is not shown. Otherwise, copy will cut off.
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