# Find in a Web Browser

How to quickly find a string using CTRL+F or Command+F

The following tutorial guides you through how to find a string of text quickly on a web browser.

## Operating System

The process for finding is operating system dependent.

### Windows

If you are using Windows, the keyboard shortcut for “Find” is CTRL+F. To do this, have your web browser open and hit the key combination CTRL key and F at the same time. A box should pop up that you can type a string into.

### Mac OSX

If you are using a Mac, the keyboard shortcut for “Find” is Command+F. To do this, have your web browser open and hit the key combination Command key and F at the same time. A box should pop up that you can type a string into.

## Process

Below is an example for this tutorial. Suppose you solve the given question. The quickest way to find the corresponding letter answer is to FIND the number “15”.

• Step 1: Press the correct keyboard shortcut for your operating system.
• Step 2: Type in the numeral “15”
• Step 3: Identify the correct answer to be C.

## Example

Question: What is “2+13”?

1. 14
2. 9
3. 15
4. 6
5. 4
6. 11
7. 2
8. 5
9. 10
10. 16
11. 12
12. 13
13. 7
14. 1
15. 3
16. 8
##### Eric Van Dornshuld
###### Assistant Clinical Professor

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