Internet page source

In IE11 on a web page I can click on view --> source and get the source document for what is displayed in the web page. I use this in VB coding to parse the data and display it as I want.
I cannot find a similar option on the Mozilla Firefox 63.0.3 (64 bit) browser. Can I do this with Firfox and if so, how?


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(NT) Tried? RIGHT click on page, choose "View Page Source"?
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Internet pahe Source

Many thanks. Last thing I would of thought of after using a browser that the request was listed in the toolbar.

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The right click works here for Firefox.

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