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Old 07-22-2009, 08:14 AM   #5
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One year later, I am doing the same job again, with the same problem. I posted the question in the Adobe forum and found the solution.

My workflow is not consistent. I generally do s&r in Word to replace ^w^p with ^p, along with a lot of other cleanups. Sometimes I forget, notice the extra space in ID, and run the same s&r there. Not a good idea. The Replace step combines two 'graphs, then splits them, making the second the same style as the first!

The better is a GREP replace: [\t ]+$ (replaced with nothing).
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