Using the basic search bar:
Using Advanced Search:
Use the search bar - enter your citation and hit search.
Again, the database can be kind of finicky. For instance, if I was searching for a statute in the Ohio Revised Code Annotated, entering 'ORC' and the numeric portion of the citation brings up the statute, as does the proper Bluebook form, 'Ohio Rev. Code Ann.' and the numeric portion of the citation. But entering 'Ohio Rev. Code' or 'Ohio Revised Code Annotated' runs a full search, rather than pulling up the statute.
Using the <GO> bar:
Enter the citation, and then select Citation Search from the suggest searches that drop down.
Yet again, the way you enter the citation matters. In Bloomberg Law, 'ORC' and the numeric portion of the citation pulls it up, as does Ohio Rev. Code and the numeric portion of the citation. But 'Ohio Revised Code' does not work.
(For an extra quirk, typing in 'Ohio Rev. Code' and the numeric portion of the citation, and clicking on the citation rather than on the words 'citation search' jumps you out to the statute on the Ohio government website!)