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Ctrl + F = Unsung Research Hero

Recently, I was sitting at my desk looking over some pdf for a class when my wife asked “What are you doing?”  Commonly, I am frustrated by the immense number of learning curves “new” things require of me; televisions, computers, software, updates, compatibility issues, etc., etc., etc.  My wife, being the college graduate she is, told me a secret:  “Ctrl + F,” she whispered.  Never again will the woes associated with searching documents tirelessly for phrases and sentences, paragraphs and nomenclatures, dates and publishers be omnipresent during my research!!!


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