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Do you need to search for any character, letter, number, word, or whole sentence in any kind of text? Then you should use our free online word finder where you just type or copy the text, then enter the searched word or character and let it find and mark with color in the text.
Compared to word searching in a text document as provided by Word, Open Office or directly on a website, our search is significantly more clear and allows you editing words and characters right away.
If more letters or words are found, their number is displayed. This is useful in many cases. For example, you write an article that focuses on certain words. However, there must be neither too many nor too few words inside. In contrast, our word search engine searches through the entire text and helps you find their number and position.
Searching for a word runs in real time, so when you type it letter by letter, these letters you search for in the text are marked with color and their number is displayed too. This is useful when you are looking for a word that may have different endings. In such a case, it is sufficient to only write the beginning of the word and possibly add or delete the remaining characters.
How to find a word in a text?
- First, type or paste the text you want to search through.
- To copy a text from anywhere, select the text and use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C.
- To insert a text, move the mouse cursor in the marked field and use the shortcut Ctrl+V.
- In the marked field, type the letters, numbers, characters, or words you want to search for.
- You can edit, delete, overwrite, and copy the searched-through text.