What have you got now?
Here's the Search
I am looking to find # and apply text with a style that follows #
The GREP finds this:
The GREP does not apply a style for this:
Right. It only finds upper and lower case letters, so the match ends at anything that isn't one of those. Do you want to match to the end of the paragraph? You could use (?<=\#).+
for two words use (?<=\#)[\l\u]+\s[\l\u]+
for a match for both one or two words (two if there are two, otherwise only one), try (?<=\#)[\l\u]+(\s[\l\u]+)? (not tested)
Thanks Peter, that did the trick!
Jeffrey, I got an email that it wasn't working, but the post is not here. (?<=\#)[\l\u]+(\s[\l\u]+)? is working for me.....
Yes, it is working, thanks again. I deleted the post after I realized I made a mistake copying and pasting your GREP.