Thread poster: xxx00000000
Happy New Year and thanks in advance for any help:
I would like to do a global change to replace all shift-returns to regular hard returns. I know how to write the hard return in the "to" box (^p), but I do I write the shift-return?
If you are working in Word, then you use ^l (that's a lowercase L) for soft returns. (it may vary with different applications)
You can also get it from the Special button, at the bottom of the expanded Find/Replace dialog box, which lists a few special characters such as non-breaking spaces, column breaks etc.
[Edited at 2004-01-01 07:36]
| | Marijke Singer
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Dutch to English
| Manual line break || Jan 1, 2004 |
Roberta is right. The special character in Word is called manual line break.
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