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Button for Ctrl-F in IE

Posted on 2006-10-27
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Is it possible to invoke the Find Text box in IE using a Button.

Just like CTRL + F
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by:Elvio Lujan
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<input type="button" value="Find..." onClick="window.find();">
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by:bender007
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I tired that, it didnt work.I think it works for Mozilla but not in IE.
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gangwisch earned 500 total points
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in asp.net you should use the accesskey parameter
<A accesskey="C" href="http://someplace.com/spec/contents.html">Press Alt C to control this link</a>
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