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--- "David M. Brown" <dmbrown -at- brown-inc -dot- com> wrote:
> When hidden text is visible, you can search for ^d XE (that a
> caret, a lowercase "d," a space, then an uppercase "X" and
> "E") to find index entries. Don't search for hidden text,
> though--for some reason, Word doesn't think of index entries
> as hidden, even though they are.
David answered my question - I was trying all the techniques
suggested in other posts, and I was able to find other hidden
text instances of my search word... but not in the XE fields.
I wound up using my index, and searching for each individual
instance that I wanted to change. Oh, well.
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