Finding particular font in word 2007 document

  sheila.weston 11:18 19 Dec 2010
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Just a chance. Is there any way of searching for a particular font in a word document? Most of my document is Cambria, but I believe that I have inadvertantly used a Times New Roman somewhere and I can't find where!

  northumbria61 11:28 19 Dec 2010

Open Document - Home Tab - Find (top right of screen) Expand FIND - Click FIND - Find & Replace - enter what you want to find.

  jaraba 11:28 19 Dec 2010

Why not just select the whol;e doc and cahnge the font to Cambria

  Peter 11:31 19 Dec 2010

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Open your document in Word and enter "Control-F". When the Find and Replace window opens press the "More" button at the centre, middle, bottom of the window. At the bottom of the now expanded window press the "Format" button and select the top item "Font...". Select the Font you want to search for - Times New Roman - and click the "OK" button.

Peter.

  sheila.weston 14:47 19 Dec 2010

Many thanks, Peter and all. That has worked perfectly.

I couldn't select the whole document because there were chapter headings and pictures which I didn't want to mess up. It is for a book on lulu.com and their publishing system didn't seem to like Times New Roman for some reason.

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