Usually when we use WPS text or Word, we may produce a lot of carriage returns as a result of copying, or a large number of line breaks when you glue text copied from a Web page into Word. How to remove these small symbols in bulk, the following method to tell you immediately.
There are two types of carriage returns in WPS text or Word: A carriage return, a return character generated for a network file, called a line feed.
1, the return character removal method is as follows:
Edit--> Replace--> replace--> advanced--> Special character--> Select paragraph mark--> click Replace All.
Edit--> Replace--> enter ^p in ' find ' and do not enter any content in ' replace '.
2, the line break removal method is as follows:
Edit--> Replace--> replace--> advanced--> Special character--> select manual line feed--> click Replace All.
Edit--> Replace--> enter ^l in ' find ' and do not enter any content in ' replace '.
Of course, here you can also replace the manual line break with a paragraph marker, which becomes the standard paragraph mark format in Word.
Copy to the WPS text or Word and the text is not the same as usual, can be copied after each line appears a carriage return, think of each replace can be really too much trouble.
This situation clears the line break to do this:
Edit--> Replace--> enter ^l^l in ' Find ' (Here are two manual line breaks), then enter ^l in ' replace ' (this is a), then replace all of the points, ok!
Note: No matter two paragraphs between a few line breaks, as long as the replacement of two to one, then the final result is to replace the N line characters into one, to reach our two paragraphs only need a line break between the target. (If it is a paragraph marker, the same)
Using the WPS text or Word's replacement function not only replaces the extra paragraph markers, web page to generate line breaks, at the same time, you can replace the document editing in the space, special characters, and so on, here only to do the guide, but also what can be specific to do what please netizens to use their brains it ...