Re: Instantly use selected text for find and replace dialog?

If text is selected, the action of the search function is to find from
within that selection. The double click method is merely a shortcut to
inserting a word into the Find window. See your other post.
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"John" wrote in message
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> When you doubleclick text and use Ctrl+F to open find and replace dialog
> it automatically uses selected text for Find what: field, but when you use
> keyboard to select text prior to opening find and replace dialog it never
> uses that selected text, how i fix that to always work with selected text?
>




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