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Shortcuts to Word 2000's Find, Replace, and Go To features


When you proofread or revise documents, you frequently need to access the Find And Replace dialog box and its Find, Replace, and Go To tabs. You might need to search for a word or phrase using the Find tab, which you can access by choosing Edit | Find from the menu bar. Or, you may want to replace a word or phrase with something different using the Replace tab, which you can access by choosing Edit | Replace from the menu bar. The Go To tab enables you to jump to a bookmark, comment, or other location in your document, and you can access it by selecting Edit | Go To from the menu bar.

However, since the Find, Replace, and Go To tabs are so frequently used, it can be tedious to access them repeatedly from the Edit menu. Instead, try using their built-in keyboard shortcuts:

To access the Find tab, press [Ctrl]F

To access the Replace tab, press [Ctrl]H

To access the Go To tab, press [Ctrl]G.



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