#151 Find any text on a webpage

February 13, 2013

Spending too much time looking for a specific link or text in a webpage or document? Try this shortcut:

  1. Press “Control”+”F” on your keyboard. This opens a search bar in your Internet Explorer browser. 
  2. Type in what you are looking for. You will notice that the web page will automatically jump to your first match and highlight it. If the page contains multiple matches, you can scroll through them by pressing the “Enter” key. 

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