View this video and see what you were missing all this time. Yes – we are on a mission to find out more about Find! Let me know if you found it useful.
Yes. Ctrl F to find the word. Now click on the document surface and use these shortcuts Ctrl PgUp and Ctrl PgDn to go to previous and next occurrence of the search text.
Quick and effective. Learn this and you will wonder why you did not know it earlier…
In Word (2010 onwards), press Ctrl F. DO NOT type any text. Just click that lens. Look at all options and learn. Yes. That is all I am going to write. You just need a trigger and someone to point you in the right direction. You don’t need spoon feeding because you are smart enough to figure it out yourself.
Of course if you don’t understand anything, do post your questions. I will be happy to answer them.
|In our busy lifestyle, we are always looking for Tips and Tricks.That is called HOW approach – which is spoon feeding.I prefer the WHY approach – which creates knowledge.
Read on to find out the difference.
Estimated reading time 10 min
Sounds simple. Just scroll down and read the highlighted text. Yes – that works.
But you have to keep scrolling to find the next highlight. It may be one page away or 24 pages away… not very efficient!
Here is the right way.
Make sure you have a document which contains many areas highlighted.
Click on the Find tab click inside the Find What textbox and click on More button…
Click on Formatting … button to open the drop down
Click Find next button. Now first highlight will be found.
Now we want to move to the next highlight
By the way, this shortcut works for anything you have just FOUND using the Find dialog.
15 year old feature. Did you know it? Did you need it?
Not discovering what you need,
in spite of having it right in front of you is called INEFFICIENCY