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How do I use the Command ⌘+F find to get only a in the text a apple, instead of highlighting both a and a in the word "apple".

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You should go back and accept a few answers on your old questions if they were helpful. It's OK if your accept rate is less than 100% - sometimes a question will get no answers or only unhelpful ones. Everybody understands that. But a 0% accept rate with six questions seems fishy - you really should try to accept some of those answers. –  CajunLuke Sep 18 '12 at 2:33
    
@CajunLuke thanks for your advice, I should do it right away, I haven't noticed that, something I forget to check the answer, sorry my bad –  mko Sep 19 '12 at 2:46
    
It's fine; I thought I'd give you a nice reminder. Some people (moreso on Stack Overflow or Super User than here) get really picky about an asker's accept rate, so I like to remind people to go back and accept an answer. (Heck, I've forgotten a bunch before.) –  CajunLuke Sep 19 '12 at 2:50

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If you search for "a " (note the space after the letter), you'll get all words that end in the letter a. You could also search for " a " which will show all the words "a" surrounded by spaces on both sides.

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Thanks, so simple and elegant, I should think about this. –  mko Sep 18 '12 at 4:30

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