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It is in the text and I think they put two paragraph marks at the end of
each paragraph. In MSO I can remove those bij finding ^p^p and replacing it
by ^p.


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Van: Norman []
Verzonden: vrijdag 10 augustus 2012 10:10
Onderwerp: Re: [libreoffice-users] White lines

What do you mean by 'white lines'?

Is this underlining within the text?

Are these lines borders?

Is it acutally in the text, or is possibly a 'picture' within the text?

On Aug 10, 2012 08:37 <> wrote:
I am still looking for a way to erase white lines in the text of a
Who can help me?

Writer uses Regular expressions and the Find and Replace dialog to do this. Help has a list of regular expressions.
1. Open Find and Replace.
2. Click the "More Options" button
3. Check the box "Regular expressions"
4. Enter ^$ into the Search box.
5. Make sure that the "Replace with" box is empty (erase anything found it it.)
5. Click the "Replace All" button.
With the regular expressions that Writer uses, ^ requires that the search item (used with ^) must be at the beginning of a paragraph; $ requires that the search item (used with $) must be at the end of a paragraph. By using the combination of ^$ with nothing between the two means that you are looking for paragraphs that have nothing between the beginning and ending of each one of them (which are empty paragraphs).


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