Often when I have many co-authors on a MS Word document (versions up to and inc. Word 2007) I find that some of them don't use the styles I've defined for the document, but have achieved similar formatting manually. This results in many styles listed as "in use", each with perhaps only a handful of instances. Word will highlight these instances for me, but then find myself browsing the entire document to check whether they need correcting or are special cases. This can be a particular pain for a long document and when these style fragments occur in the white space between words or paragraphs.
Is there a way to cycle through the highlighted instances of a particular style rather than having to hunt for them visually?