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With CiteRight, you can easily search for specific words or phrases within the case text. In this article, you'll learn how to search for specific text within a case and get some helpful tips on making that search effective.
Searching for text in a case
Click on the Search inside item bar, located below the Cite button and above the case text. Here, you can enter the word or phrase you are looking for.
- Selecting the Match whole word only is the best option, as the search bar will catch everything you write.
- When the Match case box is selected, the search will be case sensitive.
- When the Highlight all matches box is selected, any text typed in the search bar will be highlighted throughout the document and will remain so until the Find window is closed.
- You can browse your searched item by either clicking Next and Previous, or scrolling through the case text as usual.