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BY STANLEY ZAROWIN

In Word or Excel, if you use Find (Ctrl+F) to conduct a search in a very large file, you can save time by first highlighting the part of the worksheet or document you want to search. Then press Ctrl+F. In that way, Find will not waste time searching the entire file.

 

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