fmt -w 78 file > file_new
Now, i would like to implement a rule in the following way:
- If a paragraph starts with % (and ends with %), the paragraph should remain unchanged.
- Otherwise the command stated above should be applied to the paragraph.
As I am not familiar enough with shell scripting yet, I did not succeed in imple
I'm not very familiar with Word (2010 in this case) Wildcards language and hit a small obstacle.
I have a file that underwent OCR and as a result has a lot of paragraph breaks mid-paragraph as it resembles the layout of the source.
I need help! Working on long document and the cross referencing is working on the subparagraphs but not the paragraph number. If I put in 3.1(e)(iv) for example, I have to use paragraph number no context for each paragraph number part, because if I use full context it will insert 1.1(a)(iv)!! So I have to use no context and insert each section. It will not pick up the 3.1!
I have a pretty ordinary document where I see different spacing between different paragraphs (the some paragraphs are separated by extra space, some are not).
I cannot figure out where this is set.
I tried the following:
select the neighboring paragraphs and right click mouse, select "line spacing" - it is always single, whether there is extra inter-paragraph space or not.
format -> paragraph ->