Hotkeys/Searching

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Ctrl+F Shows the Search dialog. Then searches for specified phrase in the document.
F3 Searches for next occurrence of the search phrase in the document.
Ctrl+F3 Searches for previous occurrence of the search phrase in the document.
Alt+F3 Searches for the currently selected text in the document.
Alt+Ctrl+F Defines a new search for the currently selected text in the document, but does not perform the search immediately.
Shift+F3 Searches for next occurrence of the search phrase in the document and extends the selection to cover that occurrence.
Ctrl+Shift+F3 Searches for previous occurrence of the search phrase in the document and extends the selection to cover that occurrence.
   
Ctrl+R Shows the Search and Replace dialog. Then searches for specified phrase in the document and replaces it with another phrase.
Ctrl+H
Ctrl+T Shows the Search and Last Tool dialog. Then searches for specified phrase in the document and invokes the Last Tool command on found occurrence.
   
Ctrl+U Shows the Search dialog preset for secondary search. Then searches for specified phrase in the document.
F2 Looks for next occurrence of the search phrase in the document using the secondary search.
Ctrl+F2 Looks for previous occurrence of the search phrase in the document using the secondary search.
Alt+F2 Looks for the currently selected text in the document using the secondary search.
Alt+Ctrl+U Defines a new search for the currently selected text in the document using the secondary search, but does not perform the search immediately.
Shift+F2 Looks for next occurrence of the search phrase in the document using the secondary search and extends the selection to cover that occurrence.
Ctrl+Shift+F2 Looks for previous occurrence of the search phrase in the document using the secondary search and extends the selection to cover that occurrence.
   
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