Apply two character styles setting one for uppercase and other for lowercase, then run find/change grep tab (edit menu):
1- for uppercase
find what: \u
change format : select uppercase character style.
1- for lowercase
find what: \l
change format : select lower case character style.
Can you explain that a little bit better? I don't understand.
both in mm
You can't spec type size in mm, you have to use points. Do you mean you want the point size of the upper and lowercase to be different sizes?
Rob Day wrote:
You can't spec type size in mm, you have to use points.
Not so. It's not normal to spec type in anything but points, but like most measuring fields in ID you can enter the size of type in your panels as mm, as long as you specify mm along with the number, and ID will automatically convert to points.
Right. Jessica's request for millimeters made me think she was looking to spec an upper or lower case character's actual size. She could spec 24.5 mm which gets converted to 72pts but none of the characters would measure 24.5 mm or 72pts because type size is for the block—ascenders descenders and then some. I wasn't very clear.