I need help with a problem. I think a simple GREP expression for a paragraph style will solve it but I don't know how to write the expression.
I do some work for a company called "Glasseye" and in the body copy they have their name as one word "Glasseye", but "Glass" is regular and "eye" is bold. Can I write a GREP expression to do this? So that "Glasseye" is formatted automatically every time it appears in the copy. I would also want no formatting to occur if the words "glass" or "eye" appear as single/separate words anywhere in the copy. I've set up a Body Paragraph Style and a Bold Character Style.
Could anybody help me with the GREP expression or an alternative way to do this?
Ooooh a dead easy one. Really!
This one looks for "eye" (word break) which must have (word break) "Glass" in front of it.
Hey great speedy answers. They work a treat. thanks for the help.