Ever searched for something, then struggled to find what you were looking for, on the page that is supposed to include your search result? It happens to me quite a lot!
To find exactly what you are looking for, with ease, here’s a handy tip, you might not know. If you are using either Google, Internet Explorer or Safari,you can use the Find In Page function: Ctrl+F. Hold down your Control key and press your F key (while still holding down the Ctrl key) and a search box will open, in the top right-hand corner of your browser window.
You will almost always find your Control (Ctrl) key, in the bottom left corner of your computer keyboard.
Let’s say; you’ve done an internet search for “Bin Weevils gold Christmas Tree”. You’ve arrived at the Weevily World Codes by Codex page, but there’s an enormous list of codes there! Are you really going to have to go through all of those, just to find the code you want? No!
Hold down your Ctrl Key and press your F key, then type “gold christmas tree” in the pop-up search box. Your result will now be conveniently highlighted on the page!
Remember to use Find In Page: Hold down your Ctrl key and press F while you are still holding down the Ctrl key!
Find In Page Ctrl+F works with Google, Internet Explorer and Safari (Apple) browsers. It may or may not work with Firefox.
I hope this tip is helpful and apologise if I’m telling you all, something you already know!
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