After you create a document, you can edit it by using a variety of
In this section, you’ll learn about
• finding and replacing text
• cutting, copying, and pasting text and graphics
• copying and pasting text from a Web browser
• reviewing documents
• routing documents
• comparing documents
Finding and replacing text
WordPerfect lets you find and replace text. You can search for words,
phrases, or individual characters in a document. Once the text is found,
you can replace some or all occurrences of the text with other text, or
you can delete the text.
You can search for text that is displayed in a specific font or case. You
can also find and replace forms of a word. For example, you can replace
forms of the word “entry” with the word “insertion.” Therefore, if the
plural form, “entries,” is found, it is replaced with the word
“insertions.” Furthermore, you can search for occurrences of words that
are whole words, and not part of a larger word. For example, if you do
a default search for the word “sum,” you will find “sum,” “summer,” and
“summit.” If you do a whole-word search for the word “sum,” you will
find only occurrences of the word “sum.
To find and replace text
1 Click Edit ` Find and replace.