WORD’S FIND AND REPLACE features are real time savers. For example, you can quickly find out if you covered a particular topic in a lengthy report, or you can changes names, dates, and prices throughout documents with just a few keystrokes.
Word’s Find command is useful when you want to seek out text that you may have trouble visually locating in a document. The Find command doesn’t change any text; it simply locates and highlights the specified text for you. Follow these steps:
Choose Home > Editing > Find, or press the Ctrl+F keys. The Navigation pane appears on the left side of the screen (see Figure 14-7).
In the text box, type the word or phrase that you want to search ...