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VBA find and replace using if-else statement

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I'm Anand, a beginner in vba programming. I would like to know the code/suggestions, using vba, to replace a particular word in MS Word with another (it should also ask me whether to replace the word or not). I wish to get the code written, or even suggestions, using "if-else" statement. Could you please help with this?

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