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How to Batch Highlight Specific Words or Lines in Microsoft Word

Date:2019-10-18 Author:Cordelia

Many of you may have tried the highlight feature of Word to make the specific part of the text stand out. But if there's a particular word which appears in your document for many times, and you want to highlight them all. How can you do it? Is there a simple way to batch highlight a specific part of the document? The answer is Find and Replace, the convenient tool you may already know.

1. Press Ctrl+H, select Find tab and input the content you want to highlight in the textbox.

How to Batch Highlight Specific Words or Lines in Microsoft Word

2. Click Reading HighlightHighlight All.

How to Batch Highlight Specific Words or Lines in Microsoft Word

3. Now check the result. The word you input has been highlighted no matter how many times it appears in the document.

How to Batch Highlight Specific Words or Lines in Microsoft Word

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