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Re: [libreoffice-users] cannot find and replace paragraph break in writer

referring to

Tick "Regular expressions" in "Search and replace" dialog. Search for $,
replace with space.

In your case replace with \t


On 27/03/2020 07:01, procuste piziocampte wrote:
> Im' using Version: on linux opensuse:
> In a writer document I woule like to find paragraph breaks (A paragraph
> break that can be entered with the Enter or Return key )with a tab
> so following the instructions here
> file:///usr/lib64/libreoffice/help/en-US/text/shared/01/02100001.html?&DbPAR=WRITER&System=UNIX
> I should perform a find/replace:
> in find \n and in replace \t
> or if it doesnt works
> in find \n and in replace \n and then in find \n and in replace \t
> checking the regular expression box (only that one)
> but it doesn't work, writer gives me the "search key not found"
> how can I solve??
> manythanks

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