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I'm trying to replace "----------" with a new page or a CTRL+enter keyboard shortcut.

I pasted "CTRL+ENTER" into the "Replace With:" field in Microsoft Word 2007, hoping that when I clicked "Replace All" I'd have new pages where I had my dashes...

It didn't work.

Something is telling me that there is a much easier (working) way. What is it? What do I need to do?

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Replace with ^m. That is the code for what you want to do.

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