On 02/09/2012 05:46 PM, . wrote:
On 02/09/2012 05:32 PM, Dotan Cohen wrote:
On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 00:19, .<email@example.com> wrote:
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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?
It sounds to me that the text came from a hard-wrapped text file (like
an email). A workaround would be to save the paragraph contents to a
plain text file, open it in a web browser, and then copy the text from
the browser. Web browsers treat all whitespace as they would treat a
I saved the huge file as Plain Text.txt
The file was then opened in Firefox but the vast amount of white space
didn't go away even though I cut and pasted it back into Writer.
It seems that the character at the end of each line is a carriage return.
Any ideas what to do now?
I am curious, how many pages/characters are in the file?
I found this via OOo:
It should help you with your problem.
According to the documentation you are dealing with a type of "regular
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