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    Hi there,

    A Word document I’m using contains hundreds of italicized words and phrases. Anyone know of a way (perhaps using Find and Replace) to add “” before and “” after each italicized word or phrase en masse?

    Many thanks.

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    Leave the "Find what" box empty, so that you'll look for any text.
    Click More.
    With the insertion point in the "Find what" box, select Format | Font..., click Italic and click OK.
    Enter the following in the "Replace with" box: ^&
    The code ^& stands for the text that has been found matching the search criteria.
    Click "Replace All".

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    Perfect! Thanks, as always, Hans!

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