Can anyone help me with a piece of GREP? I'm pretty sure there's a way to automate this, but I don't know what it is:
I have a long list of names, and they're like this:
Firstname Lastname 1
Firstname Lastname 5
Firstname Lastname 14
There's always a number at the end of the line. I need to put the number on a separate line so that I can flow these onto place cards (name in one textbox, table number in the next text box).
I imagine there's a GREP method of searching on the space before any digit and changing it to a return. I know how to search for any digit, but I don't know how to say replace it with a return plus the original digit again. That's a GREP thing I'm pretty sure.
Anyone willing to help me out with that?
Replace by: \r$1
this will replace your space with a return, and leave your digit in place.
Thanks so much! Both of these solutions work as far as I can tell. Much appreciated. That'll save me a lot of tedious editing.
I've got to learn some of this GREP stuff....