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    Flexfind version 5 (Beta) (97, 2000, XP)

    Hi everyone!

    ########## Edited by JKP: UPdated file with bug fixes #############

    Many of you may know my flexfind utility (from the Excel MVP page below).

    The current version only searches the worksheet cells.

    I've been adding the option to search for text strings in all objects (well, most of them <g>).

    I would very much like you to test this beta version!
    Jan Karel Pieterse
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    Re: Flexfind version 5 (Beta) (97, 2000, XP)

    Hi All,

    Here is the latest release.

    - Fixed some trouble with the replace functions.

    - Added search in Conditional format formulas

    TIP: Click the button next to the Close button to get replace options.

    Beta testers needed!!!

    Please answer to this post with all your comments!
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    Re: Flexfind version 5 (Beta) (97, 2000, XP)

    Hi Jan:
    it is possible that when you make a change in a group array formula, it does not ask one by One, if the change is desired?

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    Re: Flexfind version 5 (Beta) (97, 2000, XP)

    Good point, thanks.

    My latest update is going to include search in Conditional format formulas ...

    Any other areas that I should cover?
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