Wildcard characters You can type a part of a word and use a wildcard character.
- The wildcard character asterisk (*) represents the rest of the word. For example, if you type King*, the results include words such as King, Kingsley, and Kingford.
- The wildcard character question mark (?) represents exactly one character. For example, wom?n finds woman and women.
If the question mark occurs at the end of a word, it does not act as a wildcard character, so you can find titles like what color is your parachute? Also, if you type a backslash character \ before any wildcard character, the wildcard character is treated as text.