You know how to search for exact words and phrases. Add wildcards to your terms and you’ll give Find and Replace a nitro boost!
Today’s tip comes from page 13 of the 2nd edition of Editing in Word:
Turn off Track Changes when using wildcards in a find and replace.
What Are Wildcards?
Wildcards are the elements that tell Word to do things like:
- search for a range of numbers — example: [0-9],
- or to treat search text as chunks of content — example \1 and \2.