A friend of mine has the following problem. He has a quite complex File Maker Pro data base which has several text fields as well as graphics fields, etc. He needs to do the following in just one of the text fields: everywhere the Geneva font character capital Greek Delta (option-j) occurs, he needs to change that font and character to Symbol Font character capital D. There appears to be no way to do this in File Maker Pro. Does anyone know of a way that this could be done?
1. Export as text the data from the database
2. Use Word or whatever to perform the find and replace on the exported file.
3. Import again, specifying only that one field, overwriting the existing data.
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