Re: MS Word Question
My brain was short-circuiting. I remembered what to do just a couple of
minutes after I posted-but thanks for the reply! Now, can anyone come
up with a macro to convert all past tense verbs into their Esperanto
equivalent? How's that for a tough one?
Put together a dictionary (English p-t-verb, followed by a comma, then
the equivalent Esperanto word) as a CSV file.
Write VBA code to open the file, read one line at a time, split on the
comma and use the first part as the text to search for, the second
part as replacement text, in a Find & Replace operation. Repeat till
end of file. Done.
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