Find and replace digit wildcards

alfordtp

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For some reason, using [0-9] is not working for Excel 2007.

If I have Column A with X1B, X1C, X3B, X2X, Y2

I want to find and replace the cells that start with an "X" and followed by a #.

How do I Find those cells. I dont want too much vba code, if possible.

Thanks.
 

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shg

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