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Microsoft® Office Excel® 2013: Part 1, 2nd Edition by Tim Barnosky

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The Find Command

You can use the Find command to locate particular specific content within your worksheets and workbooks. When you select the Find command, Excel opens the Find and Replace dialog box with the Find tab automatically selected. From the Find tab, you can search your workbooks and worksheets for a number of different types of content including values, formulas, formatting, and review markup. You can search for individual instances of the content you're searching for or view a list of all instances of content matching your search query at once. Excel provides you with a number of options for configuring your search queries to find the precise information you're looking for. To access the Find command, select HOME→Editing→Find & ...

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