Re: Removing line numbers
- I suppose there is no remove number command since it is so easy to create one whereas it's a little harder to number the lines.
If you want to do it manually (unnumber the lines you numbered with NT) do a Find and Replace with regular expressions option ON and
FIND ^\x20*\d*\.\x20 and REPLACE with nothing
If you know how to create clips (NoteTab macros) this one line will do.
^!Replace "^\x20*\d*\^?[What follows the line numbers, ., :, etc.=. ]" >> "" SAWR
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Daniel Prince <neutrino1200@...> wrote:
> Notetab 7.1 has a function to add line numbers. (Modify, Lines,
> Number Lines) Does it have a function to remove line numbers? I
> think it should but I cannot find one.
There is Undo.
If you have made no permanent changes to the document after number ing the lines, just use Undo (Edit->Undo, or CTRL+Z)to restore the doc to before the line numbers.
If you HAVE made some changes you don't want to lose, there is still hope:
1. Block select the document to the right of the numbers,
2. Block Copy the selection,
3. Select ALL
4. Block Paste (not sure, but normal past may also work).
--- In email@example.com, "flo.gehrke" <flo.gehrke@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Daniel Prince <neutrino1200@> wrote:
> > Notetab 7.1 has a function to add line numbers. (Modify, Lines,
> > Number Lines) Does it have a function to remove line numbers? I
> > think it should but I cannot find one.
> No, there's no command for that. Once you have numbered lines the numbers are part of the text. So you have to remove the numbering with 'Search | Replace' (Ctrl+R).