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With the Word 2007’s new Reading Highlight feature, you can search for a particular word and highlight all occurrences of that word, then have the document stay highlighted even after you turn off Find. Here are the steps for the same:
1. Click the Home tab and then click the Text Highlight Color command in the Font group.
2. Select the Red box.
3. Open the manual document and press [Ctrl]F.
4. In the Find What text box, type your word.
5. Click the Reading Highlight drop-down list and select Highlight All.
6. Click Close.
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