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Adding the World Clock Search to Your Browser

Follow the following steps, according to your browser, to add the World Clock search.

Mozilla Firefox 2+

Adding the search engine

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    Firefox Install Prompt

    Visit the "timeanddate.com World Clock Search" installer page, found here:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/12142
  2. On this page click the "Add to Firefox" button.
  3. A small dialog box will pop-up, asking you "Add 'timeanddate.com World Clock' to the list of engines available in the search bar?", to which respond with the "Add" button.
  4. The search engine has now been added to your browser.

Using the search engine

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    Firefox Search Box

    To use the search engine, click the pull down list to the left of the search bar, found in the top left of your browser.
  2. Select "timeanddate.com World Clock".
  3. Enter your search term, i.e. London.
  4. Click the magnifying glass (or simply press enter).

If you find this Search Add-on useful, please rate and comment it here. Please refrain from posting bugs/issues in this comment area, instead use the Feedback link, found at the bottom of the TimeAndDate.com page.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 8+

Adding the search engine

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    Internet Explorer Install Prompt

    Visit the "timeanddate.com World Clock Search" installer page, found here:
    http://www.ieaddons.com/en/details/mapping/timeanddatecomWorld_Clock_Search/
  2. On this page click the "Add to Internet Explorer" button.
  3. A small dialog box will pop-up, asking you 'Do you want to add this search provider?' to which respond with the "Add" button.
  4. The search engine has now been added to your browser.

Using the search engine

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    Internet Explorer Search Box

    To use the search engine, click the pull down list to the left of the search bar, found in the top left of your browser.
  2. Select "timeanddate.com World Clock", represented with a small clock.
  3. Enter your search term, i.e. London.
  4. Click the magnifying glass (or simply press enter).

If you find this Search Add-on useful, please rate and comment it here. Please refrain from posting bugs/issues in this comment area, instead use the Feedback link, found at the bottom of the timeanddate.com page.

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