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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Share Selected Text in the Web Page

Web search is one of the option available when you're selecting text in the web. By using this option you can search whatever the text selected directly from the web, and you will find the search result be displayed in the default search engine page.

See also: How to Search Selected Text on the Web Page on Samsung Galaxy S3

While you selecting text in the web, you can also find another option available called Share. This option will allow you to share the highlighted text in the web to another device through several ways, such as via Bluetooth, Email, Gmail, Messaging or Wi-Fi Direct.


How to Share highlighted text in the web page?
If you wants to share text in the stock Browser apps in Samsung Galaxy SIII to another device by using some options available there, then below are the steps you need to do:
  1. Open the stock Browser apps.
  2. Navigate to the required web page.
  3. Tap and hold the text until the text select is shown. You can adjust the text selected area by tapping and drag one of the anchor points at the selected text. The text selected will be highlighted.
  4. Tap Share icon at the top area of the display.
  5. Now, you'll see some options available to share, such as:
    • Bluetooth: choose this option to share the selected text to another Bluetooth-capable device. Make sure both of the devices to enable the Bluetooth to do so.
    • Email: choose this option to share the selected text via Email. This will copying the selected text to a new email message in the Email apps. When you have multiple email accounts, then you will be asked to choose which the account you want to send the email with. But, if you've already set the default email account, then it will automatically use this account to send the email with.
    • Gmail: choose this option to share the selected text via Gmail. This will copying the text selected to a new email message in the Gmail apps.
    • Messaging: choose this option to share the selected text via messaging. This will copying the text selected to a new text message in the Messaging apps.
    • Wi-Fi Direct: choose this option to share the selected text by connecting to another Wi-Fi capable device.
  6. Choose the required option you wish to use to share the text.
  7. The selected text will be sent to another device by using the selected methods.

By knowing how to share the selected text in the web to another device using some methods, now you can share a useful information in the web easily by using one of the available methods as mentioned above. So, hope this helps :)

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