If you’ve done a search and want to narrow the results, you can use Bing’s advanced search option to help. At the top of your search results page, click advanced to open the advanced search box. Choose the parameters of your search. You can look for results by:
All of these terms: Uses an AND operation (a search keyword that you can use to find results that contain the entire search terms you specify). Ignores punctuation and stop words (words that are frequently used, but that do not offer descriptive value to search engines; e.g., a, of, and the are considered stop words). Any of these terms: Uses an OR operation(a search keyword that you can use to find results that contain either of the search terms that you specify).
Ignores punctuation and stop words
This exact phrase: Searches for the exact phrase, including punctuation and stop words.
None of these terms: Uses a NOT operation (a search keyword that you can use to find results that don’t contain a search term you specify).
The NOT operation groups the terms within parentheses, including punctuation and stop words.
Limit your search to a specific site, such as Microsoft.com, or to a root domain, such as edu, gov, com, net, org. You can also limit your search to country- or region-specific domains, such as uk and de.
Limit your results to websites from specific countries or regions.
Language Limit your results to specific languages.
When you’ve finished adding options, click the search button.
You can select any of these options multiple times to create a more powerful search. For example, to search for websites in French and Spanish, click Language, select French, and then click Add to Search. Repeat these steps for Spanish.