On 11/14/2015 11:31 AM, Brian Barker wrote:
manythanks Brian, it helped me to know why I wasn't able to delete a
carriage return/paragraph mark, it was becouse the two paragraph marks
were in two different cells with the separation border hidden, so the
two cells appeared like as they were a single cell with two paragraphs,
nothing highlight/stand out the presence of a hidden border that split
the two cells, even if you set to on the "show non printable character".
I don't know if it is a bug but it is a very misleading behaviour, in
the past I remember a subtle dotted border to identify a cell and I
think it would be better to reintroduce it, also only in "show non
printable characters" set on.
At 10:39 14/11/2015 +0100, Pier Andreit wrote:
I have a table with 2 columns and about 10 rows and I cannot delete
carriage returns (the non printable character similar to q) in the
cells, so the cells result with two lines. how can I delete this
character to have a single line row?
Try searching for $ and replacing with nothing (or possibly a blank
space) with "Regular expressions" ticked.
I trust this helps.
thanks again :-) ciao :-) pier
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