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    Star Lounger
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    I converted a large PDF document to Word using Acrobat. I used Ctrl-Q to get rid of all the frames and yet save the formatting. Brilliant! (Thanks to those who answered previous posts.)

    Now I find that I have a slew of artifacts wherever there was an end-of-line hyphen.

    The look like this:

    Hopefully that'll show what they look like, but in case it doesn't, it's like the top right corner of a rectangle, or else a backward capital L on its side.

    I'd like to get rid of those, but I can't figure out how to search for them. I tried pasting into the Find dialogue, but that didn't do anything. Any ideas?
    Michael Coleman
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    Looks like I answered my own question. Search for Optional Hyphen under the Special list.
    Michael Coleman
    BOMI International

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