Did you try leaving out the ^ carat from the positive look-behind?
I tried leaving out the carrot ^, but I get: Cannot Find match.
I tried \K. It behaves the same way as ^\d\.[\d\.]*\t, meaning it finds and selects all of the characters, which isn't quite what I'm looking for. I need to isolate the tab after the digit(s) and period mark(s) and then swap it out with a space character. That's why I'm pretty sure I need Pos Look Behind - look behind the tab, confirm a match and then swap.
I have a feeling these characters that need to go inside Pos Look B-hind, need to get enclosed in something - brackets, curly braces, or parenthesis - I tried these but it didn't work. Maybe some combo of these?
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thanks - it worked!
Big thanks to everyone else for their input!