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Old 02-21-2008, 05:51 AM   #58
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2. Use 'find and replace' to replace emdashes with # or@.
Whenever I search and replace, I use strings that will definately not be part of the original document. A # or @ could be used in the book. Try using something like ##emdash## to prevent replacing #s or @s by mistake.
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