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Lesson 15. Advanced Style Techniques > Finding and Replacing Styles

Finding and Replacing Styles

It's easy enough to change the style of a single paragraph, but what about changing the style of dozens of paragraphs all through the document? For example, you might need to change all paragraphs that have the Normal style to a new style named Fancy1. Or, perhaps you simply need to locate paragraphs that have a particular style assigned. Word's Find and Replace command can help you. Following is how to find paragraphs formatted with a specific style:

  1. Click Edit, Find or press Ctrl+F to open the Find tab of the Find and Replace dialog box.

  2. Click More to display all the Find options.

  3. Do not enter anything in the Find What text box. Instead, click the Format button, and then select Style.

  4. The Find Style dialog box appears (see Figure 15.5). Select the style you want to find.

  5. Click OK to return to the Find dialog box.

  6. Click Find Next to begin the search.

    Figure 15.5. You can use the Find Style dialog box to find and replace styles in your document.


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