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Search for Words Anywhere!

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Did you know that you can perform a word search in any document or any webpage?

In Microsoft Word, you’re likely familiar with using Ctrl+F (Macbook= Command+F) to find a word or phrase. You can also do this in a PDF document and on any webpage.

When you press Ctrl+F in either of these, a search box appears in the upper right. Here you type your word/phrase and you’re told the number of…

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Julie Ranson

Julie Ranson

Word Lover. Writer. Self-improver. Believer. Wife. Mother of three adults. Find me everywhere: https://linktr.ee/jjranson

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