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W dniu 2013-01-08 20:37, Mirosław Zalewski pisze:
On 08/01/2013 at 19:58, gordom <> wrote:

I use "set:.+" regular expression, all these lines, that should be kept,
are selected.

Another idea:
since you can select these lines you want to preserve, why don't copy them and
paste into new document? This should be easiest and most error-proof solution.

I can't simply copy and paste them because I will loose the line order. But I did another thing. I used a Calc to sort data, delete unwanted text and return to the previous order.

Regards / Pozdrawiam :-),

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