Use the way you do it for all paraStyles and set a condition.
Can't you just modify the style sheet for that particular paragraph?
I am sure this is the right reply but could you explain a little more?
I am afraid you are proposing write a little script as the known ID mechanism to do this is by f/change selecting the whole story, and conditional text is not part of this menu?
I do not get your point.
If I change the style sheet I will lose the paragraph numbering...
The idea is convert to text this attribute only in one specific paragraph, not in all, as ID uses to do.
Sorry, I misunderstood. Your original post states you want to convert one style, not one paragraph.
ID allows you to convert all the paras or only a selected para!
I was reading yesterday your splendid post with P Kahrel on inverting two paragraphs/tables and related to conditional text and thinking how to adapt Jarek reply...
Here have a document with three different numbered paragraph styles and need to convert the automatic numbering in only one of them, just to grep the number and put it at the end of the line:
and not touch the others numbered paragraphs. Of course, the number of events is near two hundred...
Obi! Explain, please!
The only method I knew is selecting the whole text...
This menu for «convert number to text» is not part of f/change...
If you have 3 styles and want to convert only 1, just select it in the para styles panel and convert it!
oh, it is a contextual menu...
Shame for me and very happy with this/your solution.
I can't believe Adobe team anticipated it.
Thanks for your time.
The idea is not select the text... because I have many entries, and the process could be a nightmare.
Obi's post teaches how to do it with a contextual menu that alters only the required style for the whole document in a second.
Sorry, I can't tell if you want to change a style sheet or an individual paragraph. Glad you got your answer.