How To Format With The Find And Replace Dialog In Word For Mac


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Formatting with the Find and Replace dialog

Another more advanced way to format text is with the Find and Replace dialog. You can instruct Word to find text you specify and replace that text with formatted text. This is probably not something you do every day but it definitely has its uses. Say for example that Two Trees Olive Oil Company always displays its company name in bold, olive green, Calibri font, small caps. It will be much easier to let Word find all occurrences of Two Trees in the document and format it for us.

So, let's give that a try. We'll start by pulling down the Edit menu, going down to Find, and then choosing Advanced Find and Replace. That brings up the Find and Replace dialog. Click the Replace button and then click this disclosure triangle to expand the dialog so it looks like this. Now, the first thing we want to do is tell it what text to find and what to replace it with. That's going to be the same in both of these boxes. This is the words Two Trees.

Now, be sure to enter the text exactly as it wou...

Formatting with the Find and Replace dialog
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Formatting with the Find and Replace dialog provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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