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Topic: Question on the Visual Studio environment, small inconvenience with search (Ctrl+F)

MS VS 2012
I select a word in the editor, I press Ctrl+F, there is a search window.
By default the search region costs "the selected fragment".
And in line "what to search" there is just that I selected.
Not logically.
It would be desirable to search for the selected fragment on all file. More precisely, it would be desirable, that in "search region" by default there would be "a current document". It probably to correct?
On operation at me the same coding environment costs. There I always
I select a word in the editor
I press Ctrl+F
I press Enter - I skip on the following found word.
At itself I
I select a word in the editor
I press Ctrl+F
I press Enter - anywhere I do not skip.
I am pulled by a mouse to a search window
I change search region for "the current document"
I put focus by a mouse on a text box "what to search"
I press Enter - I skip on the following found word.

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Re: Question on the Visual Studio environment, small inconvenience with search (Ctrl+F)

Charles Weyland;
Use Ctrl+Shift+F.

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Re: Question on the Visual Studio environment, small inconvenience with search (Ctrl+F)

It is a little not that.

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Re: Question on the Visual Studio environment, small inconvenience with search (Ctrl+F)

, certainly
But why MS WORD from the same Microsoft substitutes in a search window only one word and if it is selected two and more words any more does not want?