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From: Don - HtmlFixIt.com <don@...
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 12:00:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Clip] Newbie - needs help with splitting long lines into multiple lines
Axel Berger wrote:
> Marlon Sherrod wrote:
>> I am wanting to create a new line after the original line where
>> the pipe is located throughout the entire file.
> That is just a simple Find and Replace. I don't know what a pipe is,
> but whatever it may be copy and paste it into the Find Field.
> Replace with "^P" (without the quotes), ^P is the shortcut for
> newline. Do not tick regualar expression and click replace all.
Yes Axel is correct, just do a find and replace.
Control + R or click on the smaller set of binoculars in the toolbar.
In the top box put the pipe character "|" (usually the shifted backslash
key if you will).
In the bottom box put the ^P (carrot is what I call that thing --
shifted six and the P -- notetab shorthand for a return)
Make sure the cursor is in line one at character one as it will only
search forward (or backwards) in most cases.
Shortcut to get to the beginning of the file is to double click in the
find dialog box in a blank space (like to the left of the find next
button) that is not a button, link or fill in box.
If you are going to do this often, you can make a clip to do it:
^!Replace "|" >> "^P" ACIWS
Hope that is helpful. Easy thing for notetab to do.
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