Use find and replace options like: font formats, paragraph formats, paragraph marks, page breaks.
Find and replace options in Writer help us to find a particular block of data in the document and then replace this block with some other data which is defined using this method.
To use the find and replace options in LibreOffice Writer, click on ‘Edit’ from the main menu bar and from the resulting drop-down menu, click on ‘Find & Replace’. This will open the ‘Find & Replace’ dialog box.
In this dialog box, click once inside the ‘Search For’ text field and then click on the ‘+’ sign in front of ‘Other options’ to open the additional options which this dialog provides. After this, click on ‘Attributes’ to open the ‘Attributes’ dialog box.
In this dialog box, we have a list of all the different attributes of LibreOffice Writer. Select the appropriate attributes from this list and then click on ‘OK’. This will take the control back to the ‘Find & Replace’ dialog box.
Now click on ‘Format’. This will open the ‘Text Format’ dialog box. In this dialog box, we have a number of tabs which provide different options for selecting different formatting options. Select the particular options from this dialog which need to be searched in the document and then click on ‘OK’. This will take the control back to the ‘Find & Replace’ dialog box. Now we have selected the properties for the data which is going to be searched in the document.
Now we need to set the data with which the above searched data is going to get replaced. Click once inside the ‘Replace With’ text field and then click on ‘Format’ to select the different formatting options in the same way as we did above. After selecting everything, click on ‘Replace’ or ‘Replace All’ from the ‘Find & Replace’ dialog to replace the values one by one or all at once.