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    yaot
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    (1) I use the regex expression “on|off” to call the function “FindInFiles” to do the search.
    (2) In the result, all the lines in the document which contain the word “on” or “off” would be displayed and highlighted.
    This is my problem: how I can know which keyword (“on” or “off”) is highlighted in each line;
    In other words, how I can get the highlighted text in the each line.
    please help me, thank you very much

    #6001

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    yaot wrote:
    (1) I use the regex expression “on|off” to call the function “FindInFiles” to do the search.
    (2) In the result, all the lines in the document which contain the word “on” or “off” would be displayed and highlighted.
    This is my problem: how I can know which keyword (“on” or “off”) is highlighted in each line;
    In other words, how I can get the highlighted text in the each line.
    please help me, thank you very much

    First increase “Search Colors” in the Display tab of configuration Properties to 2, and change “Search String (2)” to a different color.
    After you search for “on|off”, in the search results, you will need to find “on” first, and then “off” next time.

    #6002

    yaot
    Participant

    Thank you very much for your apply;
    I am sorry that I had not made me understood by you;

    I describe it again in details.
    I use the exgex expression “on|off|yes|no|…” (the sign “…” indicates that the alternative number may count up to 100) to call the function “FindInFiles”, then when the search result displays, as you know the highlighted text may differ from each line, but how can I get the highlighted text in each line through macro.

    please help me, thank you very much

    #6003

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    yaot wrote:
    Thank you very much for your apply;
    I am sorry that I had not made me understood by you;

    I describe it again in details.
    I use the exgex expression “on|off|yes|no|…” (the sign “…” indicates that the alternative number may count up to 100) to call the function “FindInFiles”, then when the search result displays, as you know the highlighted text may differ from each line, but how can I get the highlighted text in each line through macro.

    please help me, thank you very much

    I think the only way is to search for “on|off|yes|no|…” in the FindInFiles results.

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