Windows Vista search - results of research on relevance sorting Office

Thank you advance.

How can I sort the search results of Vista by relevance.  I understand, sort by file type, date, etc, but how do I sort results by relevance - see the most relevant results first?

Would it be possible for you to 'tag' data in the comments column. That's exactly how Live and other research, do it. When your search phrase matches a tag, you get a star. Some people use "metatags in web pages to"mark"their site. No reason why you could metatag not your data.

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