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Search/Replace Field Codes?

Posted on 2010-08-20
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I need to search for and replace field codes.
Is it possible to search for field codes?
Is it possible to search for and replace field codes?

The following info appears inside of braces:
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You need to show all field codes first. Click on one of the fields and press SHIFT-F9...this will show all the filed codes in the document.

Now you can use find and replace as normal.
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I was not able to search for specific field codes.
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