>Within each record a portion of the text is enclosedYou can use Word's Replace command to do this, if you don't mind having the
>between brackets (<>)
>What i want to do is automatically select all those
>text portions between brackets and set them bold.
brackets themselves bolded along with the text between the brackets.
1. Click Replace on the Edit menu
My undying gratitude to Wolfgang Hutter for showing me how to do this. I still
In case you care, here's what the Find What and Replace With strings mean:
Find What: (\<*\>)
Since you're using wildcards, the parentheses mean "This is an expression that
\ means the next character is NOT a wild card, but just a character I'm looking
> means greater than sign\<*\> means look for a less than sign followed by any string of characters
followed by a greather than sign.
(\<*\>) means look for a less than sign followed by any string of characters
Replace with: \1 bold
\1 means Insert the first expression that was found in the Find What box and
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