Not sure if this is the right forum, mods feel free to move if it isn't. I have a 50 page Word document - littered throughout the text is a series of footnote annotations that I want to find and delete. The annotations all have the format "[FNx]", where "x" is a linearly-increasing number (eg. [FN1], [FN2], [FN3]... [FN373]). I have been playing around with advanced find & replace using wildcards, but I can't get the syntax to pick up the numbers when they get into double and triple digits - it treats each character individually. Any help would be greatly appreciated!