Addin Paragraph tags...

  1.    13 Feb 2011 #1
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    Adding Paragraph tags...

    Got a question, I already know how to add html tags, <></> around italics and bold words using Find/Replace in MS Word 2007. What I was wondering is there a way to use Find/Replace to add paragraph tags, <p>paragraph</p>, to each separate paragraph?


    Last edited by Wispr; 13 Feb 2011 at 21:44.
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Addin Paragraph tags...

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