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  1. I have performed a text search with a wild card function, which has produced all instances of the words I needed. However it is bringing up the context of those words as well - I want to code/uncode those words only, without surrounding words. There are hundreds in my search results, so it is not desirable to do each of them individually, and if I do select all, it will code/uncode the surrounding words as well. How do I limit the results to those words only so that when I do a select all it only selects the specific words? Or is there another way to do this? Hope this all makes sense.
  2. I auto coded for terms vaccin+ (vaccine(s), vaccination(s) etc...). What is really annoying me however, is that when I call up the node to view all instances of these terms, the software presents separate references for multiple instances that are within the same sentence/paragraph/context thus making the summary very long and repetitive. Is there a way to get the program to cluster instances which are close to each other (within the same paragraph perhaps) so that the reference summary isn't so long and repetitive? I've attached an image which hopefully helps to illustrate what I'm getting a
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