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how to suppress tabs in a words text

Posted on 2011-09-03
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I have a text collected from outside with tabs embedded everywhere in the text I just want to get rid of. Is there a command to suppress tabs on shot in a word text?
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Try find and replace, in find dialog use more, under special select tab character nd then replace with nothing or a space as you wish.

Chris
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Thx!
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