You can find /1/ by using //1///.
Instead of replacing the //1// with 1, replace it with some highly unlikely
string #$@1@$# or somesuch.
The search of that string and replace with your pasted paragraph format on the
clipboard (by copy special > paragraph format).
Then go back and replace your nonsense string with 1.
Try it on a copy of your file first until you're sure of what exactly is
happening at each step.
> From: mikeysh...@gmail.com
> Subject: Find/Replace
> Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2015 17:50:29 -0400
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Is there a simple way to find "/1/" and replace with a "1" while also
> applying a paragraph format?
> If applying the paragraph format is not possible is there at least a way to
> find and replace the numeral itself? Currently, if I try to find it as "/1/"
> it ends up finding "1"
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