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Command Prompt Word Find and Highlight

PowerCmd search toolbar puts a search box for consoles. Once you've used the console search toolbar to find some keywords on a console, there's no need to scroll around looking for your search terms. The Highlight button instantly lights them up on the page, making it easier to find relevant information.

Finding a particular word on a console can be frustrating. With the PowerCmd Search Toolbar however you easily jump to the first instance of a word by typing it into the Toolbar search box, then clicking on the Toolbar's Word Find button to find each additional occurrence of the word.


Overview of Search Toolbar


PowerCmd search toolbar puts a search box for consoles, making it easier than ever to find anything you want on a console.

Command Prompt Toolbar for Search


Search Box


The input of the PowerCmd Search Toolbar. Use it to do a Command Prompt search for words or phrases. Just enter your search terms in the text box, then hit Enter. Recent searches appear in the drop-down menu below the search box.

Phrases need to be quoted by double quotation marks, you can search multiple words and phrases simultaneously. You can define some characters from "General" tab page on "Perference" dialog as extra whitespaces which will be ignored when search the content.


Highlight Button


Highlights terms on the console by placing a color bar over it. Each search term found on the console will be highlighted in a different color. Click the highlight button to toggle highlighting on and off.


Word Find Button and Phrase Find Button


Allows you to find the words you searched for on a console and navigate to them. When you enter your search terms in the search box, buttons containing these terms appear at the right end of the Toolbar. Click these buttons to jump to the next occurrence of that word on the console. Hold the Shift key while clicking a word find button to move backwards and find previous occurrences of the word.

Each word has its own button. If you want to search for a phrase, put it in quotes (for example, "Command Line Tools").

If you do not need to highlight words and phrases, just click the highlight button to toggle highlighting off.


Search words and phrases on Internet


Keep the power of internet search close at hand, Powercmd makes it easier than ever to find any command line output words you want on the Web. Just select the text appearing on the current console window, right-click and select "Search on Internet" from the pop-up menu.


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