On 03/23/2012 12:59 PM, Doug wrote:
Interesting problem: An email text is received which you need to
format for publication. The email uses a carriage return at the end
of each line, and a double carriage return for paragraph spacing.
What I'd like to do is remove the cr's at the end of each line, so
the text can be justified, and turn the double cr's into paragraph
controls, or just leave as double cr's. Obviously all this can be
done a line at a time by hand, but it's a pain. Is there any way
someone can suggest to automate this?
You might find this helpful:
Help file (the same one that's included with the extension):
When you open the extension, you can click on
'Regular/Extended/Properties' and you'll be presented with basic
choices. Example: 'Search for: Regular'
Series of empty paragraphs ^$\p*
Manual line break /n
Click the one(s) you want to search on.
Click on the box next to 'Replace:' and you'll be presented with common
There is also a batch mode where you can edit & save the search/replace
parameters. See 'Batch mode using: [ Batch >> ]' in the help file.
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