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How can I change all occurrences of one string to another in TextEdit?

Other text editors call this "find/replace".

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This question was linked from a related (hot network) question on User Experience: ux.stackexchange.com/q/94295/80480 – Wildcard May 18 at 1:18
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Edit Menu > Find, or CMD+F

The Find dialog has a "Replace" section in it, and a "Replace All" button.

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No wonder I couldn't find it... I was looking for a menu item called "replace". – Senseful Feb 26 '11 at 5:41

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