Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Moving Through the Document with Go To
Special Character
Code
Find and Replace Box
Nonbreaking Space
^s
Find What, Replace With
Opening Field Brace (when
field codes are visible)
^19
Find What (with Use Wildcards
check box cleared)
Optional Hyphen
^-
Find What, Replace With
Page or Section Break
^12
Fine What, Replace With
Paragraph Character
^v
Find What, Replace With
Paragraph Mark
^p or ^13
Find What (with the Use
Wildcards check box cleared),
Replace With
Section Break
^b
Find What (with the Use
Wildcards check box cleared)
Section Character
^%
Find What, Replace With
Tab Character
^t or ^9
Find What, Replace With
Unicode Character
^Unnnn (were nnnn is the
character code)
Find What (with the Use
Wildcards check box cleared)
White Space
^w
Find What (with the Use
Wildcards check box cleared)
Moving Through the Document with Go To
The Find and Replace dialog box includes another unsung feature that can come in handy
when you are navigating through your document. Using Go To, you can move to a specific
page easily. You can also use the feature to locate specific elements like comments,
bookmarks, and more.
You can display the Go To tab in the Find and Replace dialog box several different ways (see
Figure 8-8):
Press F5 or Ctrl+G.
Click the Find arrow in the Editing group on the Home tab and click Go To.
Click the Go To button in the Select Browse Object menu. (To display the Select
Browse Object menu, click the Select Browse Object button toward the bottom of the
vertical scroll bar.)
In the Navigation pane, click the arrow at the right of the Search Document box and
click Go To.
 
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