One often-overlooked feature in MS Word are the small tools provided at the bottom of its vertical scroll bar. After an initial search for a word or phrase is completed, simply click the double 'down' arrowheads to find subsequent instances of the same text. Clicking the double 'up' arrowheads will locate previous instances of the same text.
Otherwise, those arrowheads navigate to next page/previous page.
The small 'button' that appears between the arrowhead pairs enable Browsing a document by a variety methods; something with which Word users should familiarize themselves.
I use Select Browse Object daily--sometimes several times a day. It's a bit annoying though because Find usurps it. When that happens, I click the arrow expecting it to skip to the next object, and instead skips to the search string -- very annoying.
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