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html search help

I have the following code setup for my sidebar search box (I found it via google, so I'm not that skilled) so that it performs an advanced search each time on certain objects.  I'd like to wrap the search terms in quotes with an * at the end to get the best results.  Something like "search*" would be the search term vs. search.  Any idea how I could wrap the input in quotes and tack on the *? 


<form action="/search/SearchResults?searchType=2&amp;sen=001&amp;sen=003&amp;sen=500&amp;sen=a27&amp;sen=a29&amp;sen=a1s&amp;sen=00a&amp;sen=00T&amp;sen=002&amp;sen=00P&amp;sen=00O&amp;sen=005&amp;sen=a0A&amp;sen=a1r" method="post" name="advsrch"><input class="searchTextBox" maxlength="80" name="sbstr" size="18" value="" type="text">&nbsp;<input value=" Go! " class="btn" type="submit"></form>



I added the following to my url and it resulted in the equivalent of wrapping the phrase in quotes.  I'd like to tack on a * at the end if possible if anyone has any ideas there.