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Chapter 18. Expert Text-Editing Techniqu... > Finding and Replacing Text and Other...

Finding and Replacing Text and Other Parts of a Document

If you want to find something simple, the standard Find features used throughout Office should suffice. You can look for literal text by typing any word or phrase into the Find What box on the Find dialog box. After selecting the Use Wildcards check box, you can have Word perform fuzzier searches: m?ne matches mane and miner, but not manner, and bo*t (matches boats or bought, but not bat).

→ To sharpen your text-finding skills with techniques that work in any Office application, seeFinding and Replacing Text,” p. 94.



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