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File contains a list of four digit numbers in sequence. Objective is to place numbers in a row, each number separated by a semi-colon as per example.
number-list-example.docx
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Go to find and replace..

Type ^p into find what.

Type ; into replace with.

Hit "Replace All"
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Brilliant.  Thanks heaps!!!
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nevermind..... you're covered!
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