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How to add a Search to a page in Small Business Server 2003 web

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We have just installed SBS 2003 and started a website and would like to be able to search a page.  When I go to Add Web Parts, search is not listed as one of the items that can be added to the header, footer or one of the columns.

How can I add the search to the right column, so when someone goes to the page and would like to search that page?
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easiest way is to connect to google webservice that provides searching...I looked up an example for you...
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