- Preferences (Mac in InDesign menu, Win in Edit menu) > Autocorrect
- Enable Autocorrect
- Select the language of your Paragraph Style you are using
- Click Add and make your entries.
Thank you Willi, i was looking for that.
However... Autocorrect doesn't allow espaces for the corrections. Ex: "ap." >>> "ap. J. -C." there are spaces, so it doesn't work.
I'm sorry, it's working. It's ok.
The space are not allowed for the part incorrect.
Thank you very much!!!
But you are partially correct, if you claim it is not working. In such abbreviations in German like u. s. w., v. Chr., z. B. we use in German a sixth space which is a nonbreaking space. The correction field does not accept it. I filed a bug report against it, as it should work.
I would recommend in the meantime to use a GREP Find & Replace at the end of the work until Adobe repairs this problem.
A fuller expression of this occurs in the Text Macros panel within Adobe InCopy (the word processor companion to InDesign).