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Chapter 52. Find and Change > Performing a Text Search

Performing a Text Search

The buttons in the Find/Change dialog box are almost identical to those in XPress: Find Next, Change, Change/Find or Change All. When you are finished searching, click Done or click the close palette button. Note that unlike XPress, InDesign lets you continue searching while the Find/Change palette is closed: Just select Find Next from the Edit menu, or press Command-Option-F/Ctrl-Alt-F.

Table 52-1. Find/Change codes (if you don’t want to use the Metacharacter popup menu)
To Enter This CharacterType
Auto Page Numbering^#
Section Marker^x
Bullet^8
Caret^^
Copyright Symbol^2
New Paragraph^p
New Line^n
Inline Graphic Marker^g
Paragraph Symbol^7
Registered Trademark Symbol^r
Section Symbol^6
Tab Character^t
Right Indent Tab^y
Indent to Here^i
Em Dash^_
Em Space^m
En Dash^=
En Space^>
Flush Space^f
Hair Space^|
Non-breaking Space^s
Thin Space^<
Discretionary Hyphen^_
Non-breaking Hyphen^~
Double Left Quotation Mark^{
Double Right Quotation Mark^}
Single Left Quotation Mark^[
Single Right Quotation Mark^]
Any White Space (space or tab)^w
Any Character^?
Any Digit^9
Any Letter^$



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