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How to replace any l (upper/lowercase "L") to I (upper/lower case "i") from any word found lowercase or uppercase? EX:


should be



lt's there...

should be

It's there
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What do you want? It seems that your question means L to I & l to i? But your example means l to I... – wilson Oct 24 '12 at 8:08

Find & Replace (Ctrl + H) should suffice, no?

You can even use regular expressions.

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On the "Replace" menu, be sure to check "Match case" (and uncheck "Match whole word only"). – Daniel R Hicks Oct 20 '12 at 17:42

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