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I don't know about display, either, but it's easy enough to find/replace:

1. Do CTRL-H to bring up find/replace dialog.
2. Make sure "Other Options" toggle has revealed the other options.
3. Check the "Regular expressions" box: [✓]
4. In "Search for" field, put in: \t (that's the regular expression for tab character).
5. At this point you can click "Find All", and the cells with tabs will be selected;
6. and/or put your "Replace with" string in, and hit "Replace All".

Obviously, you might want to work on a copy of your file, or save a back-up first. Screenshot below for what it's worth: