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  1. #1
    lynda hunt

    Word 2000 (SR-1)

    If you need to find all the 'freds' and all the 'joes' in a document. I need it to find either or rather than one type first. In other words I do not want to have to find all the 'freds' first and then the 'joes'.

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    Super Moderator jscher2000's Avatar
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    Re: Word 2000 (SR-1)

    How badly do you need this? You could use this wildcard search to find all instances of Fred and all instances of Joe that are followed by a space, period or comma, but presumably this isn't exactly the right answer. Why do you need this?

    <pre>[FJ][ro][e][d .,]</pre>

    (You need to check Use wildcards to make this work.)

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