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    yaot
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    (1) First, I click the keyboard “ctrl + F” to find the keyword “on”, then all the occurrence of the “on” will be highlighted. when we click the “F3”, it would jump to the next occurrence of the “on”;
    (2) then I execute a macro, which contains the following code
    document.selection.Find(“off”, eeFindNext | eeFindReplaceCase);
    then all the occurrence of the “off” will be highlighted.
    but this time, when we click the “F3” in order to jump to the next occurrence of the “off”, the “on” is highlighted again, then the next “on” is selected.
    (3) How this happens, it seems the macro function “Find” doesn’t equal to the “ctrl + F”, how can i avoid it?
    please help me, thank you very much

    #5881

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    yaot wrote:
    (1) First, I click the keyboard “ctrl + F” to find the keyword “on”, then all the occurrence of the “on” will be highlighted. when we click the “F3”, it would jump to the next occurrence of the “on”;
    (2) then I execute a macro, which contains the following code
    document.selection.Find(“off”, eeFindNext | eeFindReplaceCase);
    then all the occurrence of the “off” will be highlighted.
    but this time, when we click the “F3” in order to jump to the next occurrence of the “off”, the “on” is highlighted again, then the next “on” is selected.
    (3) How this happens, it seems the macro function “Find” doesn’t equal to the “ctrl + F”, how can i avoid it?
    please help me, thank you very much

    I will look into the source code when I have a time. Thanks!

    #5883

    yaot
    Participant

    OK!
    Hope for your reply!
    Thank you very much!

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