Google Chrome - Search for word within a webpage

Google Chrome comes with a powerful feature allowing you to search and find specific word(s) on a webpage.

This can be very useful for those who are regularly on forums or if you have to find a specific word in a lengthy web-based document.

Here's how it work:
  • Using the Keyboard shortut: CTRL + F
  • Will bring up a small search bar a the top-right side of the browser interface.
  • You can also access this feature by clicking on the small page icon at the top and select the Find in Page option.
  • Simply enter your query and from there the words you're searching for, will higlighted in yellow.
  • In the search bar the number of corresponding results will be displayed (in our case it points our 1 of 2 results).
  • You can use the small "up and down arrow" buttons of the interface to navigate through the results.
  • Close the interface by clicking on the small X symbol.
Published by deri58. Latest update on June 16, 2010 at 10:53 AM by deri58.
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