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# 41964 26-Sep-2009 15:01
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Hi all,


Is there a feature in Word or a document program, that can delete a set of words from an entire document automatically, without having to go through pages and pages myself? lazy i know haha




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  # 258555 26-Sep-2009 15:10
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The best I can come up with is to go through it with Find & Replace. Find each word, then in the Replace With box leave it blank and press Replace.

Note this works in Word 2008 on my Mac so it should theoretically work in the PC version of Word if that's what you're running.



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  # 258556 26-Sep-2009 15:19
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thanks. turns out word 2007 has removed the html source viewer now ! argh!




 
 
 
 


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  # 258644 27-Sep-2009 03:03
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Notepad has Find and Replace as well.



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  # 258703 27-Sep-2009 13:04
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ahh thanks! really appreciate the help. I have to edit my web site for a new host and this method is a lot quicker.




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  # 259352 29-Sep-2009 13:24
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hamisht: thanks. turns out word 2007 has removed the html source viewer now ! argh!


Don't use Word to edit HTML, you'll go mad as it's useless for all web stuff.



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  # 259510 29-Sep-2009 21:15
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haha yeah i got that within 30 seconds of using it. installed Dreamweaver instead.




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