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On 2013-05-14 21:39, Anthony Easthope wrote:

I have a document that needs to be formatted to be correctly wrapped -
What I was wanting to do was remove the hard breaks at the end of every
line. Is there an easy way to do this? The symbol looks like a
backwards P (Standard non-printing character?)

The document is to big for me to go through an manually do this
by deleting it manually.

Anthony Easthope

Hi Anthony. Check nabble to search the list. It's been discussed before a few times but I can't remember other than regular expressions are used and the end of line character is not what I would have thought, something like $. A body search on my emails found a discussion and reference to the link below.
Subject Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: deleting hard returns 2011-11-29


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