Equivalent for Find Topic in RoboHelp 2019

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Is there an equivalent search in RoboHelp 2019 to the "Find Topic" search in RoboHelp 2015?  I've located the "Find and Replace" search in 2019, but that searches through the content of topics. The Find Topic search only looks at the topic title properties for search results. We have a very large project with lots of folders, so this search function gets used very frequently.

RoboHelp 2019 has a different feature for find in files. You go to File > Go to File menu or press (Alt + Ctrl + F). A dialog will pop up. In this dialog you can search based on file name and title. You can search any kind of file in the project and then open that. This also remembers your frequently searched files at the top by default when you open this dialog.

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Equivalent for Find Topic in RoboHelp 2019

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Is there an equivalent search in RoboHelp 2019 to the "Find Topic" search in RoboHelp 2015?  I've located the "Find and Replace" search in 2019, but that searches through the content of topics. The Find Topic search only looks at the topic title properties for search results. We have a very large project with lots of folders, so this search function gets used very frequently.

RoboHelp 2019 has a different feature for find in files. You go to File > Go to File menu or press (Alt + Ctrl + F). A dialog will pop up. In this dialog you can search based on file name and title. You can search any kind of file in the project and then open that. This also remembers your frequently searched files at the top by default when you open this dialog.

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RoboHelp 2019 has a different feature for find in files. You go to File > Go to File menu or press (Alt + Ctrl + F). A dialog will pop up. In this dialog you can search based on file name and title. You can search any kind of file in the project and then open that. This also remembers your frequently searched files at the top by default when you open this dialog.

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Thank you so much! I'm so glad it's still a feature, I wasn't sure what we would do without it.

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Great. You can use it to find and open anything. Topics, TOC, Glossary, report, browse sequence etc. It is context specific so in Output tab you will be able to find output presets, skins, map files and so on. 

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