Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+F (F like Find).
Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+F (F like Find).
Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+M (M like Modify).
Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+M (M like Modify).
Search last searched string from the current caret position to the end of the document.
Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+G (G like aGain).
The text selection, if any, is automatically used to initialize the Search field of the Search tool. As a consequence, in some cases, you don't need to use the Search tool at all. For example, selecting some text in the document and then directly pressing Ctrl+G ( → ) is the quickest way to find the next occurrence of the selected text in the document.
Search last searched string from the current caret position to the beginning of the document.
Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+G (G like aGain).
Displays the Find Element dialog box. This dialog box allows to select nodes specified using an XPath expression. This dialog box has a Simple tab which allows to perform most common search tasks without having to learn XPath. Arbitrarily complex XPath expressions are specified using the Advanced tab.
Keyboard shortcut: Esc f (F like Find).
Repeat last search. The Find Element dialog box is not displayed because it is not needed to perform this operation.
Keyboard shortcut: Esc g (G like aGain).
 Turning off the "Start from current caret position" option allows to start searching from the beginning of the document (or from the end of the document depending on the Direction option).