The lookup method described in Step 3 works fine for complete words or underlined phrases. If you want to look up part of a word, or a phrase that isn't underlined, you must first indicate the text to be looked up by selecting it.
You can select text using the mouse or the keyboard:
At the end of the previous step, the definition window was showing the first meaning of proof:
Suppose you wanted to look up the word actual (as opposed to factual). Because it is not a complete word, you have to select it first:
Using either the keyboard or mouse technique, select actual. Make sure the f of factual isn't selected. When you have the correct selection, the definition window should appear as above.
To look up this word, you can either click on the button or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Enter. You should see the definition change to show the first meaning of actual:
In the next step, we'll learn how to do a web search from the definition window.
Navigating between Definitions
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