Advanced search inside word doc

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I have created a very very long table for a document that is similar to a dictionary. I’m trying to search only one column of the table where the primary words are located. Not showing results from any other columns. 

I set the primary column to heading one for all words. 

I was hoping the heading choice in Find (CTRL +F) would bring only results from items formatted as heading. Results are still returning all words. 

any advice is appreciated. 

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