We're pleased to offer you several free Acronym Finder search tools and add-ons to help you look up acronyms and abbreviations and other information.
Tools for Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE)
Add Acronym Finder as a search provider in IE7 Click here
Acronym Finder custom button for Google Toolbar (version 4 and above)
Click here to install a button on your Google Toolbar (version 4 and above required). Adding this custom button will allow you to search Acronym Finder directly from the Google Toolbar. If you don't have the Google Toolbar or don't have the latest version, clicking on the install link above will take you Google to install the toolbar.
To use this new custom button, just type in an acronym or abbreviation into the Google Toolbar search box and then click the Acronym Finder button to search, or you can select the acronym shown on any web page and then click the Acronym Finder button to search the selected text.
If you already have the Google Toolbar (version 4 and above) installed, you can create a custom button to search Acronym Finder by right-clicking the search box on the Acronym Finder website and following the instructions.
Add Acronym Finder to the right-click menu in Internet Explorer [more info]
Search Companion click here to turn on the Acronym Finder Side Search (IE Search Companion). If you like the Acronym Finder Side Search, and want this to be the default Side Search when you press the Search button in IE, install this registry tweak. This registry tweak will uninstall (restore the default). Note: be sure to close your browser and restart it to see the effect of installing or uninstalling this registry tweak.
Tools for /Mozilla/Firefox
Search engine plugin for Netscape/Mozilla sidebar or Firefox search dropdown Click here to install Acronym Finder search plugin
Add Acronym Finder Search Sidebar (Netscape/Mozilla) [install]
Tools for Opera
Search Sidebar Click here to install/turn on the Search Sidebar