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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Word 2000 by Bill Camarda

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Using Find, Replace, and Go To

If dialog boxes could get worn out, for many users the Find and Replacedialogs would be the first to go. They're real workhorses: easy to use and extremely powerful. The next few sections show you how to make the most of them.

You'll learn the fundamentals of searching for text—but you'll also discover that Find and Replace can work with nearly anything you can put into a Word document: formatting, graphics—you name it. You'll also discover how to use the related Go Tocommand, which can find a lot more than most users realize.

Note

In Word 2000, Microsoft made cosmetic changes to these dialog boxes, but the features work much as they did in Word 97.

Accessing Word's Find, Replace, and "Go To" Tools

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