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Is there a way to do a Find and Replace with Style (italics bold) Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
Hi,

I wanted to replace every instance of one word with the same word, but italics.

I can do this in Microsoft Word's Find and Replace.

Is there any way to do this in OO?

thanks,
Jmz
 
I don't know of a way to do it in one operation, but you can use the Find and Find Next commands (cmd-F and cmd-G respectively) to walk through the document and apply/remove your styling with cmd-I (italic), cmd-B (bold), and cmd-U (underline). Go to the top of the document and click on the first row, press cmd-F, enter your search string, press return, and you should be taken to the first instance in the document. Style the word, press cmd-G, repeat until you get to the end.
 
 


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