Can someone explain why Calc won’t replace “Fax:” It will replace “Fax” and it will also replace “:” so why won’t it replace them together?
For me it works without any problems.
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Perhaps you have a space somewhere in the cell? Can you upload a small sample file that shows the problem?
Thanks for replying. I went thru and did it all before I posted. It also wouldn’t find the parenthesis for (area code) in phone numbers, so I just kept changing the area code. I was hoping to learn something for future use.
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Is regular expressions checked? Then parenthesus form capture groups unless quoted and a colon may be used like
Only as set expression, e.g.
[:digits:] and a single trailing
: doesn’t do anything special.
I wonder if Fax: and () were in the formatting of the cells? Attached sheet will not find those nor the leading 0.
Fax&ParenthesesNoFindReplace.ods (17.2 KB)