In MS word 2013 I'm having multiple lines like:
Duis pulvinar, enim montes : magna tincidunt penatibus nec amet a nec tristique rhoncus aliquet?
porttitor diam amet : nascetur sociis dapibus nascetur augue in, risus, sagittis etiam ultricies
dapibus scelerisque : urna tortor aliquam, platea
vel placerat! : Nisi rhoncus in est aliquet adipiscing. Diam nascetur amet parturient
I want to do the following:
- Make the first letter of each line uppercase
- Make all the text up to the first
<== I'm exaclty stuck on how to select this specific text !!
I'm more cumfortable using regexes rather than wildcards, so I can easily do point 1 (with sublimeText or notepad++):
Point 2 could also be done If I knew what special characters MS uses to mark text as Bold (like the ** in Markdown) before importing it back to word
/^([^:]+)/???/... Well, if it is that simple xD
If not, please advice me on the simplest way to achieve this since I have hundreds of lines like this.
PS: I just saw that open office allows regexes use, so i'm probably gonna go with that, but I'm still wondering how to do so in MS word when I've no access to OO
Long: Check Kelly's answer bellow