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Old 02-02-2010, 08:01 PM   #1
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help with regex expression

I need help with regex expression, please. I need an expression to find a paragraph break followed by a lower case letter (range a-z) that will work on Word 2007.

I have tried every variation of ^P[a-z] that I can think of.

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Old 02-05-2010, 04:01 PM   #2
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Bump... I know some of you guys (and gals) are pros at this...
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In the Word 2007 search dialog, click on "More >>", and turn on the "Use Wildcards" option. For your search pattern, use "^13[a-z]" (no quotes, naturally). That should find the lines you're looking for. The ^13 is control code for carriage-return.
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and if you want to replace it just wrap the searchterm into brackets, like:
^13([a-z])
then you can put \1 into the replace-field to get rid of the carriage return.
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