Re: Word Search & Replace w/ variable
That worked once I changed the *Find* portion from F* to F???.
(F* was only addressing the initial alpha char, then ignoring the trailing
If you are looking for F followed by digits, then do not use wildcards. Instead, use ^# to represent each digit. This option is not available when using wildcards. ? in wildcards will find *any* digit or character. Without wildcards, use ^? to find any single character.
Your search string will look like F^#^#^# with wildcards off and will only find F followed by three digits, whether as a word or within a word.
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