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Microsoft Word - using the 'Replace' Feature to add a new line or Return Carriage

Nov 28

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Mon, 28 Nov 2011 22:42:21 GMT  RssIcon

1. In Microsoft Word press & hold the 'Ctrl' + 'F' on your keyboard - then go to the Replace tab.

2. Click the 'Find What' field, then type whatever character you wish to find and replace.

3. Click the 'Replace with' field, then click "Special" Button toward the bottom of the window and select "Manual Line Break" for a carriage return or "Manual Page Break" for a new page.

4. Finally click the "Replace All" Button.

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