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Old 12-27-2009, 05:17 PM   #10
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q: can I use regular expressions in the replacement text?

Similar functionality to other editors - is there a way to mark part of the "find" expression and use it in the replace expression. For example find "The Book, Chapter [0-9]+:[^\n]+" and replace with "<h2>Chapter ...</h2>" where the "..." is the rest of the matched expression.

(thanks for the quick answers, btw, much appreciated)
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