If you're searching for a specific piece of information in a long page of text, it's very helpful to know exactly where you should look.
On your computer desktop, you might use Google's cached file to find your keywords. They'll show up highlighted on the page. You can do that with Android's Browser app. Just click the More link after each search result, and you can search for similar pages, mobile-formatted pages, or cached images when available.
Another way to find what you need quickly is to search within the page itself. When you're looking at a web page, press the physical Search button on your phone, and you'll search within that page. Your keywords will highlight as you're typing them, as shown in Figure 10-9.
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