John F Hall wrote:
> Yes, it's indirectly about SPSS. I have retrieved a set of
> statistical notes to accompany my SPSS workshop tutorials. They
> were originally written to Vax by Jim Ring in 1988 and later copied
> back (I think) to a DOS based desktop as WordStar4 files in Courier
> New 10. I have now copied this into a Word document (in Arial 12, but
> retaining the Courier fixed format for tables and 20 year-old SPSS
> output.) I now need to reformat the Arial sections. There are 65
> pages and every line has a CRLF. Does anyone know a quick way of
> replacing the CRLFs with a space? Otherwise it will take me all day
> to go through and delete the end of each Arial line.
Go to Find&Replace, click on "More" and find "Special". In "Search"
select twice "paragraph" (it should show as ^p^p) and in "Replace with"
select "Paragraph" only once (^p). Click on "Replace All". I hope my
translation from Spanish Word 2003 will be accurate, perhaps the terms
will not be exactly the same (but they should be close)
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