[bksvol-discuss] Re: Help Please

No it isn't.
You use the ^ key in word to symbolize the Ctrl key as Word won't let you enter a Ctrl-B or Ctrl-M directly via the keystroke.

Dave

At 08:25 PM 2/18/2008, you wrote:
Hi Dave,

Yeah, except, it is different when you're talking about search and replace
within Word.

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A ^m, is a Control-M, the ^ is just a token to indicate the Control key.

Dave

At 03:22 PM 2/18/2008, you wrote:
>Hi Darrell,
>
>         Lori did the right thing.  You misread her message.  I
> don't want people who have been using the proper find and replace
> commands to get confused.  Lori used carat b and carat m which are
> correct for replacing section breaks to page breaks.  She never
> even mentioned control m.  Please be more careful reading and
> responding.  You can easily confuse people unnecessarily without intending
> to.
>
>Mayrie
>
>At 10:11 AM 2/18/2008, you wrote:
>>Hi Lori,
>>
>>Hmm, actually CTRL+M is a carriage return, not a page break.  A
>>page break is CTRL+L.
>>
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: <mailto:loralee.castner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>Lori Castner
>>To: <mailto:bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Sent: Monday, February 18, 2008 11:07 AM
>>Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Help Please
>>
>>Hi, Everyone,
>>
>>Last evening I downloaded a book to validate.  The book is
>>"Practicing Theology Beliefs and Practices in Christian Life by
>>Miroslav Vol, and Dorothy C. Bass.  It is an .rtf file.
>>
>>The file had around 278 page breaks and almost an equal number of
>>section breaks.  I found the technique for replacing section breaks
>>with page breaks:  find caret b and replace with caret m.  And I
>>used replace all.
>>
>>After the replacement the file had one section, did not list page
>>breaks, and had only one letter per line.  I'm not sure if I did
>>something wrong; possibly I should have replace the section breaks
>>with nothing.  I'm new to editing with Word so don't know if I did
>>something incorrectly or if there is a problem with the file.
>>
>>I released the book.  If someone could download the book, check to
>>see how to correct the file and email me privately saying what I
>>should do, I would appreciate it.  Then I would be happy to
>>download and validate the book.
>>
>>If the file needs to be rejected, then the person could just do
>>that and let me know.
>>
>>If this request is something that should not be done, just let me know.
>>
>>My email is:
>><mailto:loralee.castner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>loralee.castner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>
>>Thanks.
>>
>>Cat Lover Lori
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