On a Web page and looking for something specific? You could read all of the text on the page to find that one word or phrase you’re looking for. Or, you could use a shortcut and save time!
When you’ve opened the Web page you want to search, just click CTRL (Command on a Mac) and the letter F (remember “F” for “Find”). A search box will now open within your browser. Type in what you’re looking for, and click “Next” (or the enter button) or “Previous”, and you’ll see the search term highlighted within the page.
Don’t you just love shortcuts?
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