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

Ctrl-H will open up with selected text in the Find box if one word or
less is selected. If more than one word is selected, it shows you the
previous Find item.
On Jan 14, 11:30=A0am, jack wrote:
> I would like to be able to do the same thing: select some text, then
> hit Ctrl+F (or =A0Ctrl+shift+F) and have that text automatically appear
> in the "find what" field.
>
> The best I can find is Ctrl+E, which copies the selected text into the
> Find dialog box (but doesn"t open it) then Ctrl+F to open the Find
> dialog box... but why should I have to make two commands when so many
> programs do this automatically?




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