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Where is "search" in the ebook?

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In Windows OS, fora PDF file, a CTL-F (while holding the CTRL button press F) will bring up a search box in the upper right corner
 
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Hi Ewokchef. It's almost certainly there. It just depends which software and which format you're using to view the eBook. What are you using?
 
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I'm reading it with Adobe Acrobat on chrome on Win 10 laptop. I don't know if that covers what you need to know. I did try the Control F and that created a search box! Yay! Now to use it and see if I can actually find what I'm looking for. If there is another way, I'd love to know it, too!
 

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I'm reading it with Adobe Acrobat on chrome on Win 10 laptop. I don't know if that covers what you need to know. I did try the Control F and that created a search box! Yay! Now to use it and see if I can actually find what I'm looking for. If there is another way, I'd love to know it, too!
You can also see it in the edit menu. The ctrl-f and edit menu "Find" is actually used in many many programs, as well.
 
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You might also like to open the Bookmarks bar down the left hand side, for easy access to the chapters. That's probably under the view menu.
 
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