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Old 01-14-2009, 08:52 PM   #1
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Need help with regex expression

I am trying to use find and replace in MS Word to get rid of footnote references in a text file. The references are in the form [n] or [nn] where n represents a numerical digit.

I presume that the bracket symbols, [] must be protected in the regex lingo because everything I try doesn't work.

I have tried both [?] and[*] (wildcards) and they don't work. I would appreciate any help.
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