To Save Our Time In Finding And Replacing Each Word in 2010.

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A word document is use to write reports, essays, poems, chapters etc. But if one word is spelled wrong, we will have to search the whole document and change each and every word. This is time consuming and irritating also. Word has an inbuilt feature of ‘find and replace’ to overcome this problem. How to find and replace in word 2010?

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To Save Our Time In Finding And Replacing Each Word in 2010.

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TO FIND IN THE MAIN DOCUMENT

1) Open the document in which you want to find a word and replace it.

2) Go to home menu and select find. Dropdown will appear. Select advanced find.

 

3) Type the text you have to find and replace.

4) Choose the option convenient for you, from the search options.

5) Click on find in and then select ‘main document’.

6) Click on find next.

TO REPLACE A WORD IN THE MAIN DOCUMENT

1) In find what bar, write the word you want to replace.

2) In ‘replace with’, write the word you want to replace with.

3) Click on replace or replace all depending on your situation.

TO FIND AND REPLACE USING WILDCARDS

1) Go to home menu. Select ‘find and advanced find’.

2) Open replace tab and enter the word you want to find. Example (a?t)

3) Then in replace bar, write the word you want to replace it.

4) From the search options, select use wildcards.


5) Click on replace all. Wildcards include?, , {} etc. all have their individual meanings.

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