|When copying text from a web page, there are carriage return symbols at the end of each line of text, as opposed to paragraph marks or natural breaks. I want to use the find and replace command to remove the carriage return symbols at the end of each line so the text will flow unbroken in my word document. When using find and replace, what do I put in the find box to represent the carriage return symbol. I will want to replace it with a space, but not sure what symbol to use for the carriage return. I have tried copying the carriage return symbol in the word doc and pasting it into the find box, but that doesn't work. |
Please let me know if there's an easier way than find and replace to remove the carriage returns, or if not, what ascii symbol do I use to represent the carriage return in the find dialog box?
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