So, you have a set of spreadsheets that you created for a particular project. But, over time, while managing so many different types of Google Sheets, you have lost track of the individual sheets that have similar information that you are looking for.
If something like this happened to you, be assured that you aren’t the only person. It is a very common issue that was reported by several Google Sheet users. Hence, the developers at Google listened to the plea and introduced features that allow the users to search in all sheets of a spreadsheet to sort out the data.
The Find and Replace feature in Google Sheets is quite a handy feature, not to mention that you can make the most use out of it. This article will explore all the details related to how to search in all sheets of a spreadsheet in Google Sheets.
- Open Google Sheets the data in which you want to search:
- Next, click “Edit,” and then select “Find and Replace.”:
- Now, the “Find and Replace” window will open, click the “Find” box at the top and type your search query:
- Next, click the “Search” drop-down menu and select “All sheets” to search in all sheets:
- Now, click “Find” at the bottom to search your query: