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In Word, I would like to use the regular expressions to match "Po" followed by either a whitespace or end of line character.

[[Policy.PolicyNumber]]
[[Po
[[Po John

So in the above example I would like to match the bottom two items - "[[Po" and "[[Po" (without the John).

Ultimately what I am doing is an Intellisense - kind of VSTO. I can search through the text of the document to find what I am after with c# using real regular expressions, but where I hit the snag point is making the replacement and not losing any formatting. Hence using the .Replace word method.

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I confirmed this solution on Word for Mac. Go to Edit->Find->Advanced Find and Replace. Pull up the advanced options, and select the Use wildcards checkbox.

Search on this: \[\[Po[^013 ]

The ^013 is the code for a carriage return.

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