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Searching for text in Cherrytree is where it truly shines. For a complete overview of it's searching options and methods, see "Searching in Cherrytree".

Find in Node Contents <CTRL>+F: This searches for the given term in the current node.

Find in All Nodes Contents <SHIFT>+<CTRL>+F: This searches for the given term in all nodes of the current document.

Find in Selected Node and Subnodes Contents <CTRL>+<ALT>+F: Searches for the given term in the currently selected node and any child nodes it might have.

Find in Node Names and Tags <CTRL>+T: This looks for the given term in a node name or tag of the current document.

Find Again <F3>: This repeats the last issued search, starting from the current cursor position forward.

Find Back <F4>: This repeats the last issued search, starting from the current cursor position backwards.

Replace in Node Contents <CTRL>+H: Opens a dialog where you specify what to look for in the current node and what to replace it with.

Replace in All Nodes Contents <SHIFT>+<CTRL>+H: Opens a dialog where you specify what to look for in all the current document nodes and what to replace it with.

Replace in Selected Node and Subnodes Contents <CTRL>+<ALT>+H: Replaces the given term in the currently selected node and any child nodes it might have.

Replace in Nodes Names <SHIFT>+<CTRL>+T: Opens a dialog where you specify what to look for in any of the node names and what to replace it with. This does not search for or replace tags.

Replace Again <F6>: Repeats the last issued Replace command from the cursor forwards.

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