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Just select the column and hit option H to replace data. Put and asterisk in the first box and leave the second box blank. Simplest way to do it.


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Some products in some versions of Office default by opening new files in the same instances (Excel was the worst offender for years). I will assume that is your issue since you gave limited details. The only work around is to open Access (Excel) from the start menu (or shortcut) then open the file from the File>Open command in the menu bar.


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Well, I received my "Tumbleweed" badge so I suppose I can post my workaround for the benefit of any others who may find themselves trying to solve this issue. I was unable to achieve the desired result from within MS Access, but instead automated the find-remove process somewhat with the help of Sublime Text 2 (although Sublime Text 3 should work just as ...


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I think you have two Possibillities: First your Control Key is broken. Second there are Macros assigned to these Shortcuts in the Access File (or even In Access it selfs) so Windows doesn't know which one it should do the System one (copy/paste undo ...) or the Macro. To check First: Use the shortcut in an Application like Word where you knew it has ...


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In notepad++ regular expression "[^\r]\n" will match LF, but not CRLF. Now replace this with whatever you want. This answer has useful information.



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