Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Finding Text and Elements Within the Current Document
3. Click the Previous and Next buttons (above and below the Select Browse Object
button in the vertical scroll bar) to navigate from one browse object to the next.
Alternately, you can press Ctrl+Page Up to move to the previous object or Ctrl+Page
Down to move to the next browse object.
Table 8-1 Browse Object Tools
Button
Description
Browses by using the Go To tab in the Find And Replace dialog box
Browses by using the Find tab in the Find And Replace dialog box
Browses by moving between the last three edits
Browses by moving from heading to heading
Browses by moving from graphic to graphic
Browses by moving from table to table
Browses by moving from field to field
Browses by moving from endnote to endnote
Browses by moving from footnote to footnote
Browses by moving from comment to comment
Browses by moving from section to section
Browses by moving from page to page
Finding Text and Elements Within the Current Document
You probably already know that you can find characters, words, phrases, and text elements
by typing a search string in the Find And Replace dialog box and then clicking Find Next to
move from one instance of the search string to the next. And now you know you can use
the Browse search results tab in the Navigation pane to do the same thing.
 
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