To find out why this occurred, look at the keywords you entered:
- Did you use multiple keywords to look for a compound word (monkey bars, hot dog) or a phrase (stars and stripes, time flies)? If so, you need to use quotation marks to force an exact match for the entire phrase.
EXAMPLE: Entering monkey bars (no quotes) in the Keyword field tells our search engine to look for any image keyworded monkey OR bars. If you don't want to wade through countless clip art primates to get to the playground equipment, try "monkey bars" (in quotes).
- Did you use a keyword that might be part of a phrase? If so, try using additional keywords with plus or minus signs to limit your search.
EXAMPLE: The keyword top will yield images of tops, top hats, phrases like "sitting on top of the world," etc. If you're looking for the toy, try +top +toy or +top -hat.
- If you don't feel the possibilities above explain why you found a particular image or images, do the following:
- Click on the image's preview.
- Go to the bottom of the download area to view the image's keywords -- the "inaccurate" keyword is probably part of a phrase or compound word.
- If you still believe the image was keyworded inaccurately, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See I found too many items -- how can I refine my search? for more information on narrowing your search.
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