Word Find and Replace

Occasional Visitor

Is there any way you can use Find and Replace to replace very specific instances of words?

 

For instance, in my document I have "sent" and would like to replace it with someone's name so that it becomes "Name sent", but in the document I also have parts where it says "You sent". Is there any way I can get Word to ignore the "You"s in front of the word sent and only have it replace text where there is no "You" in front of sent?

 

I tried using the wildcard [!You] but that didn't seem to work. 

 

Thanks

Justin

1 Reply

Hello @Wordguy ,

what exactly did you type into Find and into Replace?