I know if you hit ctrl-f and select the options you can change the search from within sheet to within the workbook, I don't know if you're talking about a macro or something you write with office's version of visual basic.
ms office has a flavor of visual basic that you can use to really make those spreadsheets work wonders, its worth learning if you do a lot with spreadsheets. I've not wrote anything spectacular myself but I've coded little things like a button that'll clear all user input data on things like inventory sheets or a macro to unprotect / protect all sheets in a workbook for things like operating reports where if you have to add or change something you can unprotect everything in the workbook, select all the pages you need changed, make the change, then protect all sheets. otherwise you'd have to select every sheet hit unprotect and type in the password. Afterwards you'd have to select every sheet one at a time hit protect, type in the password and confirm the password. Workbooks that use a sheet for every day either monthly, bimonthly, annually, etc. are painful to change otherwise.
(Swerves back to the topic)
how'd you get the text CCW 90 deg? I vaguely remember something under format but I've never used it. Either that's the fanciest in-cell chart or you're using a graphic... if that's an in-cell chart I'd love the see the formula you're using.