I use to have a software that could do a find/replace for non-printable
I turned on the non-printable characters and copied the characters I
wanted into the replace and took the "gray box" style of character.
Then I did a "global" find/replace for the document.
I have not done this for many years, but it was needed for some
documents that needed edited and I did not have the proper word
processor for the job.
I get a lot of these "boxes" when I go/from email and LO text.
On 03/14/2012 06:44 PM, john.egger wrote:
You're right, kracked... in Kate there are rectangular boxes (taller than
their width) between the run-together words. But I can't figure out how to
replace them with carriage returns.
I got the old dictionary to open without the boxes, but with just spaces
between the words (not returns). I hoped maybe LibreOffice would accept that
but it still is showing everything run together.
Thanks for your comments, and I'm sure you're on the right track... but this
shouldn't be necessary!
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