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How to Replace Duplicate Breaks in Document Using Writer 2013

When use Kingsoft Writer 2013 to edit document, there are sometimes many unnecessary breaks in the document. For example, you may not have used the formatting options in Writer to specify the spacing between paragraphs or lines of text. Instead, you may have inserted extra returns. In this case, you don't have to scroll through the document to delete the breaks one by one manually. There is an easy way to remove duplicate page breaks. Follow these steps to remove extra paragraph breaks.

Find and Replace duplicate paragraph breaks

Step 1 Press Ctrl + H to open the Find and Replace dialog box.

Step 2 In the Find what box, enter ^p^p (two paragraph marks).

Step 3 In Replace with box, enter ^p.

Step 4 Click Replace All.

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The duplicate paragraph marks will be replaced with one. You can also find other characters and replace them.

Find and Replace duplicate line breaks

If you copied the text from the Internet, there might be too many line breaks. To replace manual line breaks with paragraph breaks, follow these steps:

Step 1 Press Ctrl + H to open the Find and Replace dialog box.

Step 2 In the Find what box, enter ^l (manual line break).

Step 3 In Replace with box, enter ^p.

Step 4 Click Replace All.

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