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> Lynne,
>
> Ovid allows you to search for each part of a citation:  volume (VO), issue
> (IP), beginning page (PG), and year of publication (YR).  The three examples
> you give can be searched in MEDLINE by entering these search strategies at
> the Ovid subject prompt:
>
> 91.vo. and 3.ip. and 38.pg. and 95.yr.
> 27.vo. and 68.pg. and 95.yr.
> 27.vo. and 42.pg. and 95.yr.
>
> JL
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To All CD+ (non OVID) Users:
 
I know I'm repeating myself but I would like to point out that I can
search exactly the same way in my CD+ Medline.  I think CD+ upgraded
their regular product along with introducing OVID.   I've used "no" for
"number" but I'll try "ip."
 
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