Search and Replace Specific Formatting (fonts, styles,etc) in Microsoft Word 2007

If you’ve ever worked on a document originally created by somebody else, you’ll most likely immediately be frustrated by their horrible choice of fonts and formatting. What you might not realize is that the search and replace functionality in Word allows you to replace more than just text.

You can easily search and replace all bolded or italicized text in a document, for instance. Or you could remove that ugly Heading 2 style they used… what were they thinking using bright red?

Open up the Find and Replace dialog from the menus, or just use the Ctrl+H keyboard shortcut.

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