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MS Word - Add specific character to end of every single paragraph in document

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Hi,
I have a very large MS Word document (2007).

At the end of every paragraph I need to add the character ~

Is there a way using find a replace to do this? Ive tried using the special paragraph character found in 'more' options but it doesnt work. See attachment.

Screenshot of find and replace
Any other method I can try?

Thanks
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Dammit. The correct symbol for a parahraph is ^p
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Try using ^p and ~^p
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