the steps to remove line breaks in word2013 are as follows:
Step One: Open Word 2013 (this nonsense) into the text, as shown, after each line has a return character
Step two: Because it is not a continuous carriage return, you cannot replace it with ^p^p instead of a ^p method. So let's work it out. Ctrl+h the replacement menu and replaces the return "^p" with characters that are not likely to appear in the text. For example: QQQQ. Replace All
Step three: After the replacement effect of the following figure.
Step four: Then it's easy to add a carriage return where you need to segment. Then press the ctrl+h again to remove the QQQQ. Notice that the "Replace with" column is not filled with anything.
Step five: The final effect, as shown below.