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    I like Google Chrome--fast, doesn't crash--but my installation is missing the Search Within Results feature at the bottom of the page, rendering the browser almost useless for my purposes. Does anyone know of a fix for the problem?

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    Welcome to ChromePlugins

    What is the version of Chrome that you are running?
    Go to the Wrench and select About Google Chrome

    What is the version of Operating System that you are running?

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    im wondering what you mean?, there is that option on googles homepage, but all it really does is combine the terms to query your query..
    do you want this to happen in the omni box

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    I'm running version 3.0195.38 and XP SP2. I can't imagine this Google search feature having ever been absent from Google's own browser, but stranger things have happened. I can't just download a later version, whatever that might be (I'm on dialup), so I was hoping there was a fix.

    "Im wondering what you mean?"

    When one does a Google search, there is an option at the bottom of the search page that allows a search within the results. It's been there for years as a function of the Google search engine. It's missing when I use Google Chrome, but present when I use Internet Explorer or Firefox.

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    the dropdown in crome is a short cut for search within results sometimes, but if you still want your s,w,r up all the time you mite uninstall crome and go to google.ca Canida. With xp, for now it still works 11/8/10

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