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Delete all links, delete all that begin w/ http:

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#1 webmanoffesto


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Posted 15 June 2010 - 03:19 AM

I want to use Find and Replace to delete all the links in a document. All the links are as text (e.g. http://...). I don't mean that the word Yahoo is a link to http://www.yahoo.com.

I want to use wild cards to select the Whole link.
I thought find http://* would select it all, but it only selects the http:// part of the whole link.
I have checked the Use Wildcards checkbox.

How do I select the whole link?

I'm using Word 2003.

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#2 jase30004


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Posted 01 July 2010 - 04:00 PM

I hope you got the answer to this already, but if not..
with 'Use wildcards' checked, enter
in the Find what area.

You was on the right track, only needed to add the .com in there so it will continue looking to the end of the web address.

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