Word uses "^l" (also accessible from the Special tab of the expanded Find and Replace menu) for what it calls a "manual line break".
-----Original Message----- From: framers-bounces+jim.pinkham=voith....@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-bounces+jim.pinkham=voith.com at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Stuart Rogers Sent: Friday, October 05, 2007 11:07 AM To: Jon Harvey Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com Subject: Re: Searching for empty paragraphs Jon Harvey wrote: > I've changed ^P^P to ^P in Word documents that are hundreds of pages > long. I've found it to be pretty reliable. If I recall correctly, you > can also use ^13^13 to ^13. Right now, I can't remember the difference > between ^p and ^13 but I know there is one. Didn't know you could do that; but the ^13 would be ASCII for CR (carriage return), as opposed to ^10, which is LF (line feed). In the olden days, you had to use both to tell a line printer to move the print head left and roll the paper up. Word's ^p would be the equivalent of ^13^10, I guess. sr -- Stuart Rogers Technical Communicator Phoenix Geophysics Limited Toronto, ON, Canada +1 (416) 491-7340 x 325 srogers phoenix-geophysics com "On the contrary." -- Henrik Ibsen (last words, after a nurse said he "seemed a little better.") _______________________________________________ You are currently subscribed to Framers as jim.pinkham at voith.com. Send list messages to framers at lists.frameusers.com. To unsubscribe send a blank email to framers-unsubscribe at lists.frameusers.com or visit http://lists.frameusers.com/mailman/options/framers/jim.pinkham%40voith. com Send administrative questions to listadmin at frameusers.com. Visit http://www.frameusers.com/ for more resources and info.