Choose Help > Search... to search the online documentation. The Search dialog, shown in Search dialog, appears.
Figure 4.1 Search dialog
This dialog lets you specify what you want to search for, and which manuals you want to search in.
Enter a string of text in the Search for area.
There are a number of additional options that you can set if you want:
Select the manuals you want to search in the Manuals list. If nothing is selected, all manuals are searched. You can select any number of items in this list.
Select the packages you want to search from the Packages list. If nothing is selected (the default), all packages are searched. You can select any number of items in this list.
Note that selections made in the Manuals and Packages lists reflect each other. If you choose one or more manuals, the relevant packages are also selected, and if you choose one or more packages, the relevant manuals are selected.
Once you have specified the search options, click OK . The results of the search are displayed in your HTML browser.
The Help menu has a command Lisp Knowledgebase which takes you to the LispWorks support page where a knowledgebase of problems and solutions can be searched. There is also a command LispWorks Patches which takes you to the page where you can download the latest patches for LispWorks. The support page also contains guidelines on how to prepare a useful bug report.
LispWorks IDE User Guide (Macintosh version) - 25 Nov 2011