Re: Cheeky FnR
Doing a Find-n-Replace in Word, where a colleague had put a colon at the
end of every heading. Headings don't need colons, of course. But when I
plugged in the string for a colon followed by a para break (to be
replaced by a para break), I got:
Word is rude.
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