Finding Text Generally
You can use the Search view to find all instances of words and phrases in your document. To show the Search view, click the Search button at the top of the Contract Tools pane.
Enter the text you want to find in the search field.
Press Enter or click the search button (looks like a magnifying glass).
Search results appear below the search field, and the number of search results appears on the right of the search field. To go to where a search result appears in your document, click a search result below the search field. To copy a list of search results to the clipboard, choose Copy Search Results from the Action pop‑up menu at the top right of the view; see Copying and Pasting the Contents of Views to learn more.
Search results are highlighted in your document; see Highlighting Content to learn more.
To limit search results, select “Match case” or “Whole words”.
Match case: When “Match case” is selected, you search for the uppercase and lowercase letters you enter in the search field exactly as you enter them. When “Match case” is deselected, you can use uppercase and lowercase letters interchangeably in the search field. For example, if you search for partner when “Match case” is selected, you find partner but not Partner. If you search for partner when “Match case” is deselected, you find both partner and Partner.
Whole words: When “Whole words” is selected, you find only what you enter in the search field. When “Whole words” is deselected, you find text that contains what you enter in the search field. For example, if you search for partner when “Whole words” is selected, you find partner by itself, but not in words like partnership. If you search for partner when “Whole words” is deselected, you find partner by itself and in words like partnership.
In addition to words and phrases, you can find amounts of money, durations, dates, and more; see Finding Numbers, Amounts of Money, and Dates and Times to learn how.
Note: When you use the search field:
You search only the part of your document that Contract Tools analyzes (see Analyzing Part of a Document to learn more).
You don’t find text within comments, footnotes, and endnotes (search for “comments”, “footnotes”, and “endnotes” in Word Help to learn more).
You don’t find inline list markers like (a) (b) (c) and (i) (ii) (iii) and proviso markers like provided however and provided, further (see Working with Inline Lists and Proviso Lists to learn more).
You don’t find provision numbers, cross-references, and ancillaries.
To learn about other ways to find Go to Provisions Working with Provisions Cross-references Working with Cross-References Ancillaries Working with Ancillaries