My goal is to find paragraphs that are broken in between a sentence (see image) and fix them into a complete sentence. My approach was to find a carriage return ("\r") with a negative look behind targetting puncutations (.,?). It works fine but it also ends up selecting double returns(the empty paragraphs when i hit enter twice). Any thoughts on how i can avoid that?
Maybe this: \r(?!\r)
"paragraph break followed by something that's not a paragraph break".
Thanks Peter. Appreciate it. I tried adding your suggestion to my GREP formula but it didn't work. However after cranking on it a little more i think i may have found the solve. Here's what i ended up with. It finds broken sentences without selecting multiple paragraph returns after periods/commas/question marks.
Wicked helpful !!!