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I presume you are talking about Excel, but the process is similar in many other programs.
First make sure you have a backup copy of the file just to be safe. The do the following.
1. Higlight the cells you want to remove the dashes from (or the entire columnn if easier)
2. From the Edit Menu select Replace
3. Put a single dash in the the Find What: box and leave the Replace With box empty.
Note: This will search the selected range of cells for dashes and replace them with nothing.
4. Select Replace All and give a second and your done.
Posted on May 29, 2008
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