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On 2014-09-20 18:43, Luuk wrote:
On 20-9-2014 08:26, Philip Rhoades wrote:

I want to set up a Macro in a Writer doc that will, when started:

- search from the top of the doc, for any occurrence of each of a dozen
different words (stored in array?)

- stop on each word found, allow editing etc

- continue on to the next word occurrence by clicking a "Continue"
button until the end of the doc is reached

Does anyone know of something that already resembles this macro that I
could hack around to do what I want?



If you hit CTRL+H (find&replace) and expand the 'other options', you
can check the 'Regular expressions'

When searching for 'one|two|three', you will find all occurrences of
'one', 'two' or 'three'.

When something is found, you can click in the document to change what
you like. When ready the 'find' button will find the next thing.



Philip Rhoades

GPO Box 3411
Sydney NSW      2001

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