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Microsoft Word had its own set of regular expressions, as @DavidPostill pointed out. A bit fiddling learned me that if you search for ( [0-9]@ ) and replace for \1^p gives the desired result. Don't forget to check "Use wildcards". A short explanation of the characters used: () is a grouping, which allows to use \ and a number to refer to that group in ...


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You can select the text, then use Insert | Table. (On the menu that appears, rather than using the grid, just click Insert Table.


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I would suggest the following: Copy text from your PDF into a text editor, for example Notepad++. Then, in Notepad++ you can do a search and replace to get rid of any formatting you dont need (i.e. linebreaks). Then copy your edited text from Notepad++ into Word and format to your liking. Hope this helps!


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It's nasty, but AFAIK the only way to do it without trying to control print/save/export functions with macros is like this. Put the following nested fields in your doument: { IF { PRINTDATE \@YYYYMMDDhhmm } <> { DATE \@YYYYMMDDhhmm } "your instructions" } where all the { } are the special field code brace pairs that you insert using ctrl-F9 on ...


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Use bookmarks and StyleRefs as noted in other answers prrao gives a fine way to do this using bookmarks. (BTW - F9 will update all fields in a document.) If this works for you, then definitely use it. It's straightforward. But that method is fragile. Some people run in to problems because it's all too easy to delete a bookmark. It's all too easy to ...



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