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Searching Within a Document
Searching Within a Document
Our discussion of the Navigation pane in the preceding sections touches on various items
you can look for to quickly reach various locations in a document. But we haven’t yet
explored the topic of searching for text, which can also serve as a sort of navigational aid.
The easiest way to search for a particular text string is to type the text in the Search
Document box at the top of the Navigation pane. (Press Ctrl+F to go directly there, regardless
of whether the Navigation pane is already displayed.) As you enter your search text, Word
immediately searches the document and displays its results, as shown in Figure 7-7. When
you press Enter, Word selects the first occurrence of your search text.
Enter your search text here
Word displays each occurrence in context on this tab . . .
. . . and highlights all
occurrences in the document
Figure 7-7 Search results in the Navigation pane are reined as you type each character in the
search box.
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