Sql 2012 Syntax get rid of Carriage return in a field

When I run a query on a table and then copy the results directly into EXCEL on some lines I find that the row from SQL has appeared to truncate at a particular point and copy onto the next line. I took a look in Notpad and see that the break shows       CRLF in the offending place.
How do I run a script to remove Carriage returns (hidden characters) from a field

ERMO1425      Omikron Data Quality GmbH      Reseller      EXE      Omikron Data Quality GmbH    -- the line broke here in excel notepad shows CRLF
      NULL      1      A6UJ9A00087T   --- this appeared on the 2nd line in excel but should be on one line

is it

Update table
set fieldname = don't know the syntax to remove any special characters?

would I have to do this on ever field in a table or is there a global setting somewhere that helps when copying data from sql to excel?
Chris MichalczukConsultantAsked:
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Deepak ChauhanSQL Server DBACommented:
You can find hidden CR and LF

select ColName from Tablename where Colname like '%'+char(13)+'%' or Colname like '%'+char(10)+'%'

Now update the field

update tablename set colName =replace(replace(colName,char(10),' '),char(13),' ')

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Chris MichalczukConsultantAuthor Commented:
thanks that worked - is there anywhere I could get rid of all special characters in general rather than having to run this against each field?
Deepak ChauhanSQL Server DBACommented:
No special store for special char in sql ....... these are only in field so we have to run this for each whereever require.
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