Replacing one style with another using Find and Replace


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Replacing one style with another using Find and Replace

You may sometimes find that you need to replace one style with another in your document. Perhaps you changed your mind and decided another style would look better or instead of having to tediously select and apply the style, you might have decided to use an old trick of the trade by allowing Word to do some of your work for you, which is what I will show you how to do now. In this particular document, if we take a look at this, and you have your Classic Styles box turned on up here, you'll see Normal. If I click over here, you'll see Normal, and this says California Intro.

So there are few paragraphs in here that have the Normal style - here's another one down here - turned on, that we want to search and then replace with another style. So we're going to let Word do that work for us. When you're using search and replace, it's important to first press Ctrl+Home - and actually I do Ctrl+Home+Home+ Home - just to be on the safe side. It will take you all the way up to ...

Replacing one style with another using Find and Replace
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Replacing one style with another using Find and Replace provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2007: Styles in Depth

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Business
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