Every day I work with an RTF export from non-Microsoft software, which is a Word-like document set out with multiple tables. I would open this file in Word 2003.
Unfortunately, a lot of the table rows are redundant (see below description) and it would be really convenient if there was a quick way to delete them all, seeing as these RTF exports can go on for about a hundred pages (which is why I decided not to delete them all by hand).
The rows that need to be deleted are of the form: Blank cell, Blank cell, Blank cell with a tab in it, Cell containing three characters: a space, then a zero, then another space. i.e. with the backwards-P symbol on it's [tab arrow][sp 0 sp]
On my first try at macros, I was able to delete just one row like that. However, it won't delete any other rows like that. And finally, because I've got multiple tables all with the same problem, I would dearly like to be able to delete those rows in other, separate, tables in that same document.
Thank you in advance for any help.