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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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Finding and replacing formulas or values

You can specify in the Find & Replace dialog either to find the parts of a formula or the results of a calculation.

  1. To open the Find & Replace dialog, use the keyboard shortcut Control+F or select Edit > Find & Replace.
  2. Click More Options to expand the dialog.
  3. Select Formulas or Values in the Search in drop-down list.
    • Formulas finds parts of the formulas.
    • Values finds the results of the calculations.
  4. Type the text you want to find in the Search for box.
  5. To replace the text with different text, type the new text in the Replace with box.
  6. When you have set up your search, click Find. To replace text, click Replace instead.

OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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