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A custom information field that helps users to find a specific document is called a: (Points : 1) taxonomy. record. database. template.
A custom information field that helps users to find a specific document is called a database.
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User: A custom information field that helps users to find a specific document is called a: (Points : 1) taxonomy. record. database. template.

Weegy: A custom information field that helps users to find a specific document is called a database.
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User: Information resources that point the user towards data that they are looking for, and are organized according to a predefined scheme are called: (Points : 1) encyclopedias. metadata. markups. search engines.

Weegy: Information resources that point the user towards data that they are looking for, and are organized according to a predefined scheme are called search engines.
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User: Which of the following is the tool used to automatically search new information on the internet and organize it for future searches? (Points : 1) PageRank Index Server Web Crawler Browser

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Which of the following is the tool used to automatically search new information on the internet and organize it for future searches? (Points : 1) PageRank Index Server Web Crawler Browser
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Famed science fiction writer H. G. Wells once envisioned something to store vast amounts of information. He called it World Brain.

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