Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 8: Reviewing Documents
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chapter 8
Reviewing Documents
Replace Text
1 Click at the beginning of your
document.
2 Click the Home tab on the
Ribbon.
3 Click the Replace button.
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The Find and Replace dialog
box opens with the Replace
tab shown.
4 In the Find what field, type the
text that you want to find.
5 Type the replacement text in the
Replace with field.
6 Click Find Next .
Word locates the first occurrence.
7 Click Replace to replace the
occurrence.
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5
To replace every occurrence in
the document, you can click
Replace All .
8 When finished, click Cancel .
Note:
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If Word displays a prompt box when the last
occurrence is found, click
OK
.
Where can I find detailed
search options?
You can click More in the
Find and Replace dialog box
to reveal additional search
options that you can apply.
For example, you can search
for matching text case, whole
words, and more. You can also search for specific
formatting or special characters by clicking Format
and Special . To hide the additional search options,
click Less .
How can I search for and
delete text?
You can search for a
particular word or phrase
using the Find and Replace
dialog box, and remove the
text completely from the
document. Start by typing the
text in the Find What field; then leave the
Replace With field empty. When you activate the
search, Word looks for the text and deletes it
without adding new text to the document.
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