How to copy all highlighted text in Word document?
Let’s say you highlighted some important paragraphs when reading a Word document. And now you want to copy all highlighted paragraphs to a new Word document. Rather than copying each highlighted paragraph manually, you can quickly finish this work with the Find feature in Word.
For copying all slices of highlighted text in bulk from a Word document to another, please do as follows:
1. Open the source document you will copy all highlighted text from, and click Home > Replace (or press Ctrl + H keys together). See screenshot:
2. In the opening Find and Replace dialog box, please enable the Find tab, and then click the More button. See screenshot:
3. Now the advanced find options are expanded. Please click Format > Highlight. See screenshot:
After clicking Format > Highlight, the text of Format: Highlight will be added below Find what box.
4. Go ahead to click Find In > Main Document. See screenshot:
Now all highlighted text are selected in the source document in bulk. Please close the Find and Replace dialog box.
5. Press Ctrl + C keys simultaneously to copy all selected highlighted text.
6. Go to the target document (or create a new Word document as you need), and press Ctrl + V keys together to paste these highlighted text.
And now you will see all highlighted text in the source document are copied and pasted into the target document in bulk.
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