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The following articles are available for the 'Searching for Graphics' topic. Click the article's title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.
Replacing Graphics with Graphics
You can use the Find and Replace feature of Word to replace inline graphics with other graphics. This tip explains how easy it is.
Searching and Replacing Graphics
Got a bunch of graphics in a document that need replacing? (Perhaps you need to replace an old logo with a new one.) Word doesn't provide a direct way to do it, but there are ways to get what you want.
Searching for Floating Graphics
Graphics can be added to a document so that they are either inline with the text or floating over the text. You can use Word's Find and Replace tool to locate the inline graphics, but not the floating ones. This tip provides ways you can find the latter type of graphics.