Our Previous article, What the Heck is Google Print?, explained what Google Print is and how to use it. At that time, you had to search for books among everything else from within the regular Google Search interface. Now, Google has given Google Print it’s own homepage. It’s URL follows the traditional format Google uses for offshoot search products–www.print.google.com.
So, why is this better than just searching through the regular search field? Two reasons: for one, it will only search books in the Google Print database, and thus, secondly, it will only display matches for you that are in the Google Print database.
Don’t forget that you can use many of the Advanced Search Operators to help you in your search. The intitle: and intext: operators are probably the most helpful to you.
Important Note: Stay tuned. My next article will show you some tricks on how you can read all the pages of a Google Print book–without using any hacks.
Update: Sorry folks. I thought I had figured this out, but no luck. This article provides an explanation of the restriction.