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Unread 08-10-2007, 12:01 AM   #1
Brenda
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Re: How can I delete all the index entries {XE...} in a word docum

How do you use the replace function?
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Brenda


"Graham Mayor" wrote:

> With the XE fields displayed, use the replace function to replace
> ^d XE
> with nothing.
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> > How can I delete all (THOUSANDS) the index entries {XE...} in a word
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Unread 08-10-2007, 01:59 AM   #2
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Re: How can I delete all the index entries {XE...} in a word docum

> "Graham Mayor" wrote:
>
>> With the XE fields displayed, use the replace function to replace
>> ^d XE
>> with nothing.



"Brenda" wrote:
> How do you use the replace function?



As Graham said, first make sure the XE fields are visible ({ XE ... } with a
dotted underline).
If not, try to show formatting marks (that is, click the button with on
the Standard toolbar, or use the keyboard shortcut ... Ctrl+* on my machine,
probably Ctrl+Shift+8 on an English keyboard).

You find the Replace function In the menu under Edit > Replace...
Or, again, use the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+H.

Type in ^d XE in "Find what", and leave "Replace with" empty, then click on
"Replace all".

Regards,
Klaus


 
 

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