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    Scott Cate Guest

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    I&#039ve built a Knowledge Base and I&#039m saving an Article in an Access Memo field. When Using SQL to search I use Inst(field,&#039txtSearch&#039)&#060;>0 and it works fine except when there are &#039s and "s in the article like DON&#039T and CAN&#039T, so i&#039ve been using replace() to get rid of the &#039 and " char&#039s.<BR><BR>Is there a list of HTML convertion codes for "&#039&#060;>-=?&*()%$ and all the other wacky symbols. I can convert these in my article because I&#039m displaying the aticle in html.<BR><BR>So here is my question. Do I need to display my article some other way - or convert the special chars to HTML convertables.<BR><BR>Thanks for any advice.

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    Scott Cate Guest

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    Cheating - I&#039ll check the output of this article<BR>Astric*<BR>OpenPar(<BR>ClosePar)<BR>Equ al=<BR>Single&#039<BR>Double"<BR>Dollar$<BR>Carrot ^<BR>Pound#<BR>At@<BR>Exclamation!<BR>Percent%<BR> Hyphen-<BR>Underscore_<BR>Plus+<BR>back<BR>forward/<BR>Open&#060;<BR>Close>

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