The url you need is
You need to create a calculation that adds your search keywords after the "=".
Thus if I search for "FileMaker", I would use a URL of
Note that since the search keywords are contained in the URL, you need to encode them properly to handle symbols that can't appear in a URL in raw form. For example the "?" and "&" are special symbols that need to be written as %3F and %26 if you include them.
While a simple space character would be encoded as %20, if you search for "eggs and bacon" in Google's simple search, it will search for each keyword separately instead of searching including the space. It uses a "+" symbol to specify multiple keywords.
Google also accepts a simplified form of the URL where the "search?&q=" is shortened to "#q=".
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!
I have sorted this now