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Replacing existing text
Replacing existing text
The Replace feature is one of the most powerful capabilities of
Word 2013. You can make a simple replacement of one word or
phrase with another, and you can also change the formatting,
the style, or the case of text—or all of those together.
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Replace text
On the Home tab, in the Editing group, click Replace (shortcut,
Ctrl+H).
The Find And Replace dialog box opens.
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2 Type or paste the text to be replaced in the Find What box.
3 Type or paste the replacement text in the Replace With box.
4 Click Find Next to go to the next occurrence. Click Replace if you
want to change that occurrence, or click Find Next again to leave it
unchanged and go to the next occurrence.
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If you want to change all the occurrences at once, click Replace All.
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Replace formatting
1 In your document, select a few words and change the font color
to red.
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On the Home tab, in the Editing group, click Replace (shortcut,
Ctrl+H).
The Find And Replace dialog box opens.
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3 If the Find And Replace dialog box isn’t expanded, click More.
TIP To limit the replacements to occurrences with specific
capitalization, to whole words, or to other special circum-
stances, click More and select the desired search options.
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