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Search and Replace Text

Is it possible to do a Find and Replace within a page? I can't seem to find the tool in the editor. (I am not using the new Fabric Editor.)

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Dominic Lagger
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Mar 13, 2019

Hi @Charisma Riley 

When you are in the edit mode, just press CTRL-F. A new headerbar display and you can search and replace within confluence. 

@Dominic Lagger , when I press CTRL+F, the browser find feature opens; nothing opens in the native Confluence Cloud editor.

Hi there, it sounds like you're not in Edit mode, like Dominic says, enter Edit mode and then CTRL-F should display the Search and Replace menu bar directly below the editing tool bar.



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Jessie Wang_ScriptRunner_The Adaptavist Group
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Apr 28, 2023

Hi there, if you ever need to find a replace text across an entire space rather than just a page, you can try ScriptRunner for Confluence Cloud.


There's a script you can copy and paste into the Script Console and run. It will find and replace text across all the pages in your space. It is available here:


If you want to try ScriptRunner you can get a 30 day free trial in the Marketplace.

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