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Old 08-25-2008, 12:49 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Madam Broshkina View Post
I want to use the regular expressions to delete page numbers in a book. I use \[Pg [0-9]*\] which works well but the footnotes links look just like the page number except they are blue. ( [12] vs [12] )Is there an easy way to tell it not to delete the footnotes using BD or Word?
are there many footnotes?
Maybe you can replace temporarily footnotes by others characters... [1] by [x] .... [12] by [xx]
Then, you delete all pages and finally restore footnotes.

Another way is using regular expressions directly in html file with a plane text editor. In word, you can go to "View-->html code" and work directly.
So, you can find footnotes like links (a href="xxxxxx") and Page numbers like just text and use regular expressions for filter them.

Last edited by ShineOn; 08-25-2008 at 04:07 PM.
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