If I look for words or phrases in the free-text search box, what parts of the document are being searched?

When you enter words and phrases in the Free-text search box and use the setting of Full Article for Search for free-text terms in, you are searching the following fields within an article: 
 
 
 
Document FieldsDescription
HDHeadline
BYStory Byline
CLMColumn name
SESection of publication
CRStory credit
CXCorrection
LPFirst two paragraphs of story
TDText of story after Lead Paragraphs field
RFContains any cross-references for a document
ARTContains the content of captions or any descriptions of graphical elements
CTContact name to obtain additional information

Important Notes: You are not searching the indexing fields. To include indexing fields in your search, you must either:
  1. Select appropriate Factiva Intelligent IndexingTM categories using the point-and-click selections through the browseable indexing area;
     
  2. Enter a search in the Free text search box using the appropriate searchable field tags:
    Examples:
    in=IGENOM and human genome database
    This search uses the Factiva Industry code for Genomics, in=IGENOM, and the Free text phrase: human genome database.
    ns=GSCI and human genome database
    This search uses the Factiva News Subject code for Science/Technology, ns=GSCI, and the Free text phrase: human genome database.