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Old 02-14-2018, 07:11 AM
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When you search a word in a particular page the first instance is automatically hi-lighted. My question is: If there is more than one instance where the word appears, how do you go to "next"? As soon as I go to the page all the hi-lightes disappear. Thanks in advance.
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I wish there was a better way to search for a keyword and compile results of into a single sheet.

If I find a page with highlighted keywords, I click in page and the highlight disappear. However using ctr-F (find on this page) will leave the highlights on that page until you cancel (x out) of the search.
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