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    There's not an actual Autofill function but Chrome does remember what has been entered in previous like type forms and will prompt a suggestion that you can just click on ...

    To 'highlight on a page' use Ctrl+ F this will give you a search box that you can then type what you want ...

    It will then take you to the highlighted text ..

    The box has a count of which item you are on and how many, the up and down arrows will move you around the page ...

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    Well, autofill is sort-of inccorpirated already. You just have to have already typed it once. For your "highlight" feature, just press [Ctrl] + [F]. Type in your search and use the arrows or press enter to go to the next place it is located. It even highlights where on the page your search terms are found on the scroll bar; it has little yellow/orange lines.

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    The shortcuts for moving around your highlighted search items are ....

    Ctrl + G of F3 to move forwards and Ctrl + Shift + G or Shift + F3 to move backwards

    Why you need two different methods for negotiating your highlights I don't know !!

    Enjoy :-)

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    Lol. Thanks for that. I didn't know those ones.

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    There's a fairly comprehemsive list here on the Chrome help site ...

    http://www.google.com/support/chrome...y?answer=95743

    Enjoy :-)

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    Thanks yous!! ;-))

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    I also want the old google toolbar that I use on firefox. One of the reasons I stick with the old firefox is because of the google toolbar.

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