How to change text formating in a cell?

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SugarM
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BrianGreen
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- Feb 2, 2018 at 05:27 PM
Hallo!!

I am working on a dictionary and I want to change the formating of the text of column B by setting prerequisites.

Example:
"Απαλλοτρίωση, εκποίηση, παραφροσύνη (ιατρ.)
Abalienation as a process to eminent domain = Διαδικασία αναγκαστικής απαλλοτρίωσης
Abalienation of encumbered property = Εκποίηση περιουσίας μετά βαρών"


I want that everytime the cell includes the symbol = , that the text that follows it will be plain and not bold. Lines are seperated with 'alt return'

Is it possible to create such a rule?

many thanks!

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Feb 2, 2018 at 05:27 PM
hi,

Why not simply put the text before the = in one cell, and the text after it in the next cell. Then you could hide the line in between the 2 cells. This would mean that a short sentence would not reach the = sign though.
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