In the previous post, we saw ‘How to Add and Edit Text in Microsoft Word?‘, now we will learn about Find and Replace Text in Microsoft Word.
Where to Find this option?
Launch Word from the Start menu (Windows 10)
Click on Start Menu-> # and Select Letter “W” you will find a word icon click on that to open.
To find this option click on the ‘Home’ tab under the editing group select ‘Replace’ option the ‘Find and Replace‘ screen will popup like this
Shortcut – Find and Replace
Launch Microsoft Word and select the blank document or open your word document.
Press ‘CTRL + H’ the ‘Find and Replace’ screen will appear as below shown:
Understand With – Examples
In this example Find ‘Powerful’ and Replace it with the ‘New’
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To do that press ‘CTRL + H’ the ‘Find and Replace’ popup will appear in that ‘Find What’- type ‘Powerful’ and in ‘Replace With’- type ‘New’ after that click on the ‘Find Next’ to highlight the option.
You can replace it one by one or you can replace it in one go. Here we will see replace it one by one.
In this example Find ‘new’ and Replace it with the ‘One’
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To do that press ‘CTRL + H’ the ‘Find and Replace’ popup will appear in that ‘Find What’- type ‘new’ and in ‘Replace With’- type ‘One’ after that click on the ‘Find Next’ to highlight the option.
Replace it all in the one go
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