Ctrl+F, Enter: Repeat Find in Firefox

Following on from yesterday’s tip, you can repeat a find (looking further on the page for the text you want) in two different ways.

One easy way is press Ctrl+F to re-open the Find box at the bottom of the screen, then press Enter. Each time you press Enter, you’ll jump down to the next occurrence of the text you’re looking for. (Note that this also works in Internet Explorer.)

Another way is you can press Alt+N to search for the Next example (as long as the Find box is visible).

3 thoughts on “Ctrl+F, Enter: Repeat Find in Firefox”

  1. Yet another easy way to repeat find in Firefox is to use the “F3” key. This key also works the same way in most other Windows programs.

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