If your transcripts have a commonly mis-transcribed word or phrase that you know you will need to find and fix multiple places in the transcript, you can use the Search box to find them all. Searching for a word or phrase highlights all of the instances of the search text, and lets you skip right to each one.
This can be common in the case of names used multiple times in the transcript. The below figure provides an example of a search for Linda where the name is actually "Linde".
Use the Arrows located to the right of the search box to jump "up" and "down" (chronologically) directly to each of the found results.
Click the X to clear the search and the results.
If you find the search text is being replaced by the same text in multiple places, the transcript editor also provides a Replace option. In this case, we want to replace "Linda" with "Linde" as shown in the below figure.
Click the chevron to the right of the magnifying glass in the search bar. This expands the box to show a Replace with field, and associated Replace or Replace All buttons.
Enter Replace with text, then click Replace or Replace All (if there are only a few or you know all instances have the same replacement). The Search text is replaced as you select. If replacing each instance separately, use the search arrows to move to the next instance as needed.
When finished, click Done.