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    Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    Evening -

    Is there a way to be able to utilize the Find tab AFTER using Go To without Closing the dialog box?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    Yes - simply click on the Find tab. Do you have a problem with that?

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    Hans-

    The reason I wrote is that both tabs, Find and Replace grey after using Go To.

    Curious

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    Hmm, I can't reproduce that (in Word 2002 SP-3) - the Find and Replace tabs remain enabled after using the Go To tab. Could other Loungers please test this?

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    The Find and Replace tabs work fine for me after using GoTo, but I have Word 2003 SP2 so that may not be of much help here.

    StuartR

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    Like Hans, I'm Word 2002 SP-3 and can't reproduce your problem.

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    Thanks, Hans & Stuart.

    Am awaiting word from someone who has this problem..................................

    Curious

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    I have seen that when the dialog was opened by a macro.
    And whether it behaves in that way depends on how you write the macro ... Dialogs().Show versus CommandBars.FindControl().Execute, so it can be avoided.

    Maybe EditGoto has been replaced by a macro on your machine?

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    Klaus -

    Many thanks. Yes, EditGoTo had been edited (of course I had forgotten I had done this.........)so the prior number wouldn't appear . is there a way to have my cake and eat it, too?

    Curious

    With Dialogs(wdDialogEditGoTo)
    .Destination = ""
    .Show
    End With

    End Sub

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    Thank you, Hans.

    Will give it a try.

    Curious

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    Re: Find/Replace tabs (2002/SR2)

    You could use the following, but SendKeys is not 100% dependable - occasionally, the keystrokes might be intercepted by something else.
    <code>
    SendKeys "+{End}{Delete}"
    CommandBars.FindControl(ID:=757).Execute
    </code>
    +{End} represents Shift+End to select the entire contents of the destination box, and {Delete} clears it. This is sent to the Edit | Go To... menu item (with ID = 757).

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