On 02/09/2012 05:19 PM, . wrote:
The backward P denotes a CR/LF so what you have every line is a
paragraph removing this without removing the ones you want may be tricky.
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I have a hundreds of paragraphs that need to be fixed so that they fit
the width of the pages in which they are located.
Presently, the paragraphs are about 4" wide and all have the
"non-printing character" at the end of each text line that looks like a
backward letter P with a line next to it.
Is there a quick way to get rid of this problem?
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