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Getting the Last Results Page

Though the statistics bar may estimate that more than 1000 results match your query, Google doesn't serve more than 1000 results for any query. You can get to the 1000th or last result by setting your Preferences to display 100 results/page and clicking on the highest number or last "o" at the bottom of the results page.

Click on a number or an "o" to see another page of results.

Alternatively, you can specify a URL (web address) with the results that you want Google to display. Request results 900-999 for the query [ googleguide ] with the URL

http://www.google.com/search?q=googleguide&num=100&start=900

If there aren't 900 results, Google will display the last page of results. If you value of the variable start and min(num, 100) (the minimum value of the variable num and 100) add up to more than 1000, Google will display the following error message:

Sorry, Google does not serve more than 1000 results for any query.

This page was last modified on Monday January 02, 2006.


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