One page at a time is too slow!

You don't have to move just a page at a time. You can move to the end of the current document with Ctrl-E and to the beginning of the document with Ctrl-A.

Here's a trick: If you know what text you are looking for, you can use the "/" key to search for it in the document. Lynx will jump directly to the place it finds the search string. If the first match is not the one you wanted, the "n" key will take you to the next match.

Lynx provides a rich set of keystrokes to move around in the current document. You can see the entire list of keys and their purposes by pressing 'k' (or 'K' if *vi-keys* is on) while in Lynx.

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