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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Searching for Information in Your Notebooks

To search quickly for information, work as shown in Figure 17–1.

NOTE: To activate the Search box, press the Ctrl+E rather than the Ctrl+F keyboard shortcut that most of the Office programs use for Find. This shortcut is different because OneNote also uses Ctrl+F for Find—but it's for searching on a page rather than for searching through your workbooks.

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Figure 17–1. You can quickly search all your notebooks to find the information you need.

When you need to work with multiple search results rather than a single one, open a fixed SearchResults pane by pressing Alt+O or by clicking the Open Search ...

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