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Title says it all, how do I delete multiple text at the same time in Word 2010?

Example, right now my document is cluttered with

Mediafire Link Code: Select All http://www.mediafire.com/?mdjnz2c5xzy

I want to tidy up the document by removing the quoted text, thanks

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Edit -> Replace All? – Daisetsu Jul 15 '10 at 0:35

Use Find and Replace (Ctrl+H) to replace "Mediafire Link Code: Select All http://www.mediafire.com/?mdjnz2c5xzy" with nothing (empty value). You can even get fancy add all wildcards and other options.

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