When one performs a proximity searching using “NEAR”, or “NEAR/10”, command + G (which should find the next instance) does nothing. In order to find the next instance of any one of the terms I’m searching for I must do a FIND for TERM1, or TERM2, and cycle through all of the content (sometimes over 1,000 pages) looking at every instance of the terms to find the instance where both terms are used together. This of course renders the proximity search entirely useless. For the whole purpose of doing a proximity search is to find only the use of TERM1 where it is used near TERM2. I’m reduced to having to do a single keyword search and use command + G to cycle through the document looking for the place where TERM1, and TERM2, are used together. This is all quite depressing because this is, to be honest, one of the most useful features DN/DT, and it turns out it doesn’t even work.
Unless I’m missing something, but I’ve been working on this for hours and can’t figure out how to go directly to the instances where both terms are used within the given proximity.
I would greatly appreciate any help. Thank you.