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Chapter 15. Expert Text-Editing Techniqu... > Finding and Replacing Text and Other... - Pg. 350

Expert Text-Editing Techniques 350 · · · · · The easiest way to jump to each of the bookmarks in a document is to click the Select Browse Object circle, and then click Go To (or choose Edit, Go To). In the Go to What box, select Bookmark. Click the Go To button. From that point on, each time you click the Object Browser's double-up arrow or double-down arrow (or press F5), you'll go to the next bookmark in the document. Find--Same as choosing Edit, Find from the menu bar. Find is discussed at length in the next section. After you've set up a Find or Replace, the easiest way to repeat the Find or Replace is to clear the dialog box away and use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Page Down (or Ctrl+Page Up to search backward). Edits--Word automatically keeps track of the last three locations in the document where you've made changes. This setting lets you cycle among the three edits (the same as the Shift+F5 keyboard shortcut). Headings--Cycles to the beginning of each paragraph in the document that is formatted with a "Heading n" style, where "n" is any integer between 1 and 9. Graphics--Moves to the next picture in the document (whether linked or embedded), or the next Drawing Canvas, but ignores pictures and Drawing Canvases in the drawing layer. Tables--Cycles through all the Word tables in the document. (That is, tables created by the Table menu or the Tables and Borders toolbar.) To learn more about which objects are stored in the drawing layer, see "Working with the Drawing Layer". Finding and Replacing Text and Other Parts of a Document