Going row by row is one approach to find word search if a word list is not given. Reading each horizontal row backwards and forwards first, followed by each vertical row, and so on. The puzzle itself can be helpful at times. Computer-generated puzzles frequently arrange words in patterns. Additionally, it is simpler to identify words the bigger and more numerous they are. In some puzzles created by computers, all the solver needs to do to find additional words is to check in nearby rows, columns, or diagonals. Every row, column, and diagonal may be used in the puzzle, or only every other row, column, and diagonal.