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EDN Search from IE7

Personally I’m a big fan of Firefox, but for any ESRI developers out there who use IE7, I thought I’d share this tip I got from Chris this morning. You can add EDN as a search engine to your browser! To configure this navigate to this Microsoft URL, accessible from the ‘Find More Providers…’ option on the IE7 menu illustrated below:



Find More Providers...



On the panel shaded yellow, on the right hand side of the page (see graphic below), paste the following URL in Step 3:

http://edn.esri.com/index.cfm?fa=search.results&c_2_a=on&dl_1=on&sa=2&q=TEST



…and give the search engine an appropriate name, e.g. EDN, in step 4.


Create your own EDN Search


Click install and away you go, typing ‘ITopologicalOperator’ in your IE search box will bring back all the relevent EDN help topics.

2 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. great tip, works really well.
    cheers
    brian


 


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