A new Google Search feature has been added to the
“News & Tips Index” index page.
On the News & Tips Index page,
you have a listing of all the weekly “News & Tips”
You will notice a new search box called
“Google CCS News & Tips search”
The example below shows the steps on how a new Google search
is done to all the weekly “News & Tips”
Comment: Inorder to keep the search information seperate from new web
pages, all new web pages should be opened up in a new tab
By entering a search field of say
“VPN”, in the
Google search box, the
search will look at all the weekly
“News & Tips”
weekly pages and tell you what weekly pages
“VPN”, was found
Listed below are 3 of XX weekly pages that
had information on VPN’s.
Feb 5, 2017 ... If you aren't paying for it, don't
expect a real VPN. Not by corporate definitions
anyway. "Free VPN" usually only means an
Feb 9, 2017 ... Don't bother with this or any
"free VPN" -- they are all useless and actually
make your privacy less secure. This is one place where you
get what ...
Sep 25, 2016 ... Opera's free and unlimited VPN is
now available on desktop ... Opera's Free VPN Takes
On Internet Privacy Challenge.
Right click on the page Ex: “NT20170129”
and select open
in a new tab. This will open NT20170129 in a new
tab and retain the current page with all the other pages returned in your
Google CCS News & Tips search.
Once on the
weekly page, do the following using the "Find
discussed below to located all the articles in the weekly page
that has your search field.
In this example
“VPN”, was used.
Open each article by doing a right click
on the URL and select
open in a new tab. Once done with the
article, close the article and return back to the weekly page and
select the next article that was found.
Once done with all the articles on the
weekly page, close the last weekly page and select the next weekly page
returned from the Google CCS News & Tips search.
In this example, it would be
In both Firefox and Chrome, there is a
In the current weekly News/Tips page, select in the upper right
hand corner the following image
, then select
Do a CNTL+F
Using the search paramater that was used
in the Google CCS News & Tips search, the find bar will
locate all entries in the weekly web page.
The following steps apply to Google Chrome
on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS, but also works in Firefox
and Edge browers.
On your computer, open Chrome.
At the top right, click More
In the find bar at the top right, type
your search paramater that was used in the Google CCS News &
Enter to search the
You can also use the keyboard shortcuts
Ctrl + f (Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS) and
⌘+ f (Mac) to quickly open the find bar.
Google Chrome automatically searches the
page as you type, highlighting potential matches in yellow. You
can also quickly see where all the matches are located on a
webpage, using the yellow markers on the scrollbar.)
Remember, when you open the individual
links to the article, you right click on the link to open in a new