If you need to find something in a document, but multiple instances of that thing exist, use the Find Next function’s keyboard shortcut to quickly flip through the document. For instance, if the word “apple” is in a Pages document 73 times, you can use Command+F to find the first one, but then Command+G (Edit, Find, Find Next) to move quickly through all of them. Just hold the Command key down and press G over and over. The same works for TextEdit, but other apps may have different menu items and keyboard shortcuts. It also works in webpages in Safari.
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