As you progress in your project, you may need to find specific words or phrases. For example, you may want to find a specific section of your work to recall what a character did or said, and you may remember certain words that you can search for. Or, in a non-fiction book, you may want to find a specific date to check something. And, if you decide to change the name of a character, it’s easiest to do this in one operation, finding the original name and replacing it with the new name.￼
Like all word processors, Scrivener has a find and replace feature. Scrivener’s find options are powerful, and allow you to search for more than just isolated words and phrases. In this article, I’ll tell you how to leverage find and replace in your Scrivener projects.
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