Find and Replace in Word 2013

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If you need to replace a word that occurs once, twice, or a hundred times in your document with another word in Word 2013, you want to use the “Find and Replace” feature.

To do it there are two different options

  1. Use the shortcut key – “CTRL+H”.  This will open the Find and Replace dialog box, simply type in the word you want to replace in the “Find What” box, and the word you want to replace it with in the “Replace with” box.  Then click “Replace” or “Replace All”
  2. The other option is to use the ribbon menu.  Make sure you are on the “Home” tab, then look at the far right hand side of the menu.  Click on “Replace”, then follow the instructions above


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