(that's a single and a double quote inside the brackets) If you do this with typographer's quotes turned on, and use the keyboard quotes in the find box, it will find open or closed quotes in any combination, and you can then change them to one instance. (Use the keyboard quote there as well, and with typographer's quotes turned on, it will change each the the appropriate one.
(that's a single and a double quote inside the brackets) If you do this with typographer's quotes turned on [..]
For the finding part, there is no need to toggle smart quotes off or on. For example, a single ' will find all three variants, whereas ~[ will only match curly open, ~] curly closed, and ~' only straight ones.
Other than that, yeah, you want to make sure anyway Curly Quotes is active for the replacements.
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Thank you for the clarification. I'm fairly new to GREP, and am using the GREP questions here to hone my skills. I'll be adding your info to my GREP reference files.
Thanks a bunch guys, works perfectly!
Thanks for the heads up on the replacements and the smart quotes too.