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How to I replace the following text with another text string?
"<space> QWERTY" → "qwerty"
The string that is going to be replaced starts with a space. Actually a hard space. It seems like I can't replace a text string starting with a space.
All that you should need to do is use CTRL+H to open the "Find and Replace" dialogue box and then enter QWERTY (with the space) in the "Find What:" field and querty in the "Replace with" field. and hit the "Replace All" button.
I now solved this by inserting a dot:
This may come in handy in Word when frequently using m³, °C, etc:
1337.m3 → 1337 m³