Using replacetext, you're probably looking for "<.*>"
but you might be able to use a field for this.. set the htmltext of the
field to your source text, Then if you don't want the formatting preserved
set the text of the field to the text of the field. One problem with this
appear between <script> and </script>
On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 7:34 AM, Keith Clarke <keith.cla...@me.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I’m trying to strip out all HTML tags from text in a variable. Replacement
> of specific tags works fine... replace “<ul>" with empty in tText …but I’m
> struggling to find (documentation on) a blanket ‘any number of any
> characters’ wildcard or regex approach...
> So far I’ve tried "<*>”, “<[*]>”, “<[.*]>”, "<" & "[.*]" & “>” to no avail
> Any clues greatly appreciated.
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