Finding the information you want on the web often requires more than just searching for a webpage. Once you're viewing a webpage, you often need to find the information or reference that's buried somewhere within the page.
Here's how to find that information:
The Find text box now appears on the tab row and not as a separate dialog box. This enables you to stay on the webpage and it doesn't block parts of the page.
As you type words into the Find text box, the matching words are highlighted on the webpage. This makes it easy to quickly scroll the page and see all the instances of the words you're searching for. You can also click the Next and Previous buttons to move around the page.
Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button . In the search box, type Internet Explorer, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.
Click the Edit menu, and then click Find on this Page to display the text box on the tab row. (If the Edit menu doesn't appear, press the Alt key to display it.)
In the text box on the tab tow, type the word or phrase you want to find on this page. The number of matches found will appear next to the Options button, and the page will automatically scroll to the first occurrence of the word or phrase.
To go to the next or previous instance of the word or phrase, click the Next or Previous button.
To turn menus on permanently, see Show the menu bar in Internet Explorer.
You can also use keyboard shortcuts to find text on a webpage and to navigate to the next or previous instance of that text. To display the text box on the tab row so that you can find text on a webpage, press Ctrl+F. Press Enter to go to the next word or phrase found on the page, and press Shift+Enter to go to the previous word or phrase.
By default, Internet Explorer will find anything on the webpage that matches what you typed into the text box. This can sometimes give you a lot of matches you don't want. To narrow your search on a page, you can limit matches to whole words only, or match case or capitalization.
If you're trying to find text on a webpage and there are partial or incorrect matches, click the Options button, and then click one or both of the following:
Match Whole Word Only
This only shows matches that are complete words, and not part of another word or phrase.
This only shows matches that use the same combination of uppercase and lowercase letters that you typed into the text box.
For more information about finding what you want on the web, see Tips for searching the Internet.