On Saturday, 8 September 2018 01:14:35 BST Remy Gauthier wrote:
I am not sure I understand your question. However, when you open the
Find and Replace panel, there are a "Find Next", "Find Previous" and
"Replace" buttons that enable you to locate the next instance of the
string to replace (or the previous); if you hit "Replace" at that
point, the replace operation will be performed and you will be taken to
the next instance of the string to replace. At that point, the
operation will pause, waiting for your input.
I hope this helps.
He wants LO to prompt the user to Replace/Ignore for every occurrence of a find rather replace
everything without a choice.
Le vendredi 07 septembre 2018 à 10:02 -0700, arakish a écrit :
In the "Find and Replace" dialogue box, why is there no option for "Prompt On
Replace" as there is in all other word processor programs?
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