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Old 07-17-2013, 07:55 AM
srz92 srz92 is offline How to use Find and Replace with HTML tags? Mac OS X How to use Find and Replace with HTML tags? Office for Mac 2011
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Default How to use Find and Replace with HTML tags?

Hello to all!


I'm trying to figure out how to use the find and replace function in Word to replace html tags. I'd like to be able to change something like this:

<span class="B01-K-ITAL">random text</span>

To something like this:

<em>random text</em>

I want to replace the open and close tags without changing or interfering with the text between the tags. I'm pretty sure I should use wildcards, but I can't figure out how to use them properly.
Anyone able to lend a hand?
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