How can I search all e-mail messages looking for the words "lesson?No"?

I want to search all my e-mails to find which students answered "No" to the question "Have you completed the lesson?"

Note:  The word "No" will always appear on the line below the question.

Here is what the student see's, and his response (Yes or No) is what I see on the following line.

Question:  Have you completed the lesson?
No

FYI:  I have included an image of what the formatting marks look like in Microsoft Word, if that helps.  See image below:

Word 2010 view
Thanks for your help.
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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
This guide will give you a better understanding of how to use instant search and advanced find.

http://www.addictivetips.com/microsoft-office/outlook-2010-complete-guide-to-instant-search/
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LessonsLearnedAuthor Commented:
I tried following the "guide" you mentioned, (which by the way, is very interesting) however I was not able to find what I am need in order to search on "multiple" lines.
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LessonsLearnedAuthor Commented:
Here is what the search term looks like in WordPerfect, and works very well:

It is:  ?[HRt]No

Search term using WordPerfect
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LessonsLearnedAuthor Commented:
In Word 2010, I tried just to find the manual line breaks, and it cannot even find them.
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LessonsLearnedAuthor Commented:
Though it did not solve my particular problem, the website www.addictivetips.com did provide further insight as to how to search for things.
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