try \(See Figure [\d,&]+\) (untested).
That works perfectly, thank you very much.
Can you break it down for me in English if you have a moment please? I think I'm reading it wrong.
Digit followed by an Ampersand (I'm confused by the square bracket and plus...)
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Sure. The brackets define a "class" consisting of any digit, a comma, and the ampersand, so the expression will match any one of them in that position. The plus sign after the class allows a match for multiple hits before the close parenthesis. If there were a space between numbers, you'd have to add that to the class as well.
Gees, you can tell I'm a complete newcomer to the world of GREPs - That made half sense to me. I need a lot more practice with this.
Thank you very much, you've been very helpful
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