You can search for words or characters in your document. You can
also search for and replace words or characters with text that you
Put the mouse cursor into the document.
On the Edit menu, click Find.
In Find what, type the characters or words you want to find, and then click Find Next.
To find additional instances of the same text, continue to click Find Next.
If you have closed the Find dialog box, you can press F3 to continue searching for the same text.
Search and replace
Put your mouse cursor into the document.
On the Edit menu, click Replace.
In Find what, type the characters or words you want to find. In Replace with, type the text you want to replace it with.
Click Find Next, and then click Replace.
To replace all instances of the text, click Replace All.
Global search and replace
On the Edit menu, click Global Search and Replace.
In Text to find, type the characters or words you want to find, and then click OK.
To replace the text, in Replace with, type the text you want to replace it with.
Select Search in flagged nodes only if you want to find text only in nodes marked with a flag.
Select Search for keywords if you want to search for node keywords.
Select Search for nodes if you want to search for node names only.
Select Hyperlinks if you want to perform batch replace in hyperlinks.
Select Search for any words to search for any words you are going to enter. Words should be delimited by spaces.
In the Search Results pane double-click the node you want to open.
To find the next entire of the text double-click the node again.
You can use the Search bar to quickly locate text in the selected branch and all sub-branches.
In the Search bar, type the term or part of a word for which you want to search.
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