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Chapter 28. Finding, Organizing, and Sav... > Searching for Information on the Cur...

Searching for Information on the Current Page

A Web page can consist of a single paragraph, or it can run on for tens of thousands of words. Internet Explorer's Find feature lets you search for words or phrases on the current page or within a selected frame. This feature can be extremely helpful when a search engine turns up a list of pages and you're trying to find the matching word or phrase in a specific page. To begin, press Ctrl+F and enter your text in the Find dialog box shown in Figure 28.8.

Figure 28.8. Use the Find dialog box to search for text on the current page.



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