Finding and replacing text


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Finding and replacing text

With Word 2010's Find and Replace editing features, you can find text in your document, then replace that text with different text. A reminder, as we learned in Chapter 1, when we click the Find button, we can open a Navigation pane that doesn't really do a Find operation. It really does a Search operation. So if we wanted to look for all the instances of the word "gallery," we return, the kind of results that that we would get if we did a search on "Bing" or "Google," a list of items, not simply one item, then another then another, so that we can find text in our document, each occasion of some particular text.

But if you're searching for text with the goal being replacing that text with some other text, you should start not with Find, but with Replace. When you choose Replace, it will open the Find and Replace dialog box, and you'll look at the Replace tab. It actually will pull that text from your Search box over here in the Navigation pan...

Finding and replacing text
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Finding and replacing text provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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