Here is another wildcard string.
If you have a document or a list in Microsoft Word and the names are like this.
Moshe Yanky Geller
Burech Benzion Geller
And want the last name before like this.
Geller Burech Avrum
Geller Moshe Yanky
And you don’t want to copy paste in excel, and split columns, and adjust columns and then merge columns without overwriting data.
Then in Microsoft Word you can make a wildcard search for.
(<*) ([! ]@)^13
And replace with this
If you want a comma after last name, than replace with this.
If any of you have any other wildcards strings or macros please post here.