Word - CTRL F - multiple viewing

  collinsc 16:43 02 Apr 2011
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Hi

In Excel if i do a CTRL+F and type a word then i can see every instance of the word within the sheet. If i do CTRL+F in word it takes me to the first instance. Is there any way i can see all instances in word rather than having to CTRL+F to the next?

thanks

  Sea Urchin 16:47 02 Apr 2011

Which version of Word are you using?

  collinsc 17:34 02 Apr 2011

XP at home, '97-03 (?) at work i think - so question is for both, but mainly 97-03..

thanks

  Taff™ 17:41 02 Apr 2011

In Word 2002 use Ctrl+F and at the bottom left tick the box "Highlight ...." and select Complete document before clicking on the next box.

  Sea Urchin 18:21 02 Apr 2011

And in Word 2003 you can select "Highlight all items found in" as click here

  collinsc 19:19 02 Apr 2011

thanks guys

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