I have many large Word 2007 documents containing a few dozen equations each. Is there a way to locate the equations using Word's Find command, or do I have to hunt for them old-school?
I tried searching for a graphic (
^g) and and field (
^d), but that didn't do the trick. Am I missing something obvious? Might there be a way to do this using VB or some other trick?
It appears that the go-to-equation feature is broken in Office 2007. The feature can be accessed from the "Go To" tab on Word's Find dialog.
See some discussion here.
Also, in VB one can observe the following:
' Works: advances to the next footnote. Sub GoToFootnote() Selection.GoTo What:=wdGoToFootnote End Sub ' Does nothing, even though wdGoToEquation is a ' documented item in the WdGoToItem enumeration. Sub GoToEquation() Selection.GoTo What:=wdGoToEquation End Sub
Find -> More -> Format -> Font = Cambria Math (or whatever font your equations use)