Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Employing Tools for Quality
locating in a document. The Find command
doesn’t change any text; it simply locates and
highlights the specified text for you. Follow these steps:
1.
Choose Home>Editing>Find, or press Ctrl+F.
The Navigation Pane appears on the left side
of the screen (see Figure 7-7).
2. In the text box, type the word or phrase that
you want to search for. As you type, Word
automatically highlights and displays each
occurrence of the word or phrase you’re
looking for.
Figure 7-6
Locating synonyms with the thesaurus.
Click the Research close box to close the Research
pane.
Using Find and Replace
Word’s Find and Replace features are real time
savers. For example, you can quickly find out if you
covered a particular topic in a lengthy report, or
you can change names, dates, and prices
throughout documents with just a few keystrokes.
Using Find
Word’s Find command is useful when you want to
seek out text that you may have trouble visually
Figure 7-7
Finding document text.
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