Using Find/Change


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Using Find/Change

Any text editing program worth its salt needs a Find/Change utility, right? Also known as Search & Replace, it's called Find/Change in InDesign and InCopy. And of course InCopy has a fantastic Find/Change dialog box. Now, up here in the Command bar, this little toolbar up here, there is a shortcut for Find/Change, that's this little guy here, but normally you just go to the Edit menu and choose Find/Change. Now, initially, whenever you use Find/ Change, it opens up to the Text panel.

There are two other kinds of Find/Change searches you can do. Here you enter what it is that you want to Find, and then here you enter what it is that you want to Change To. If I say find the word "Snow," and say, okay, find it. It says it's not in here. But I know for sure, because I can see it. It says "California Snow" here. Why isn't it finding it because I have not checked out the story. This is considered a Locked Story. So if you're going to be doing a Find/ C...

Using Find/Change
Video duration: 10m 34s 7h 30m Intermediate

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Using Find/Change provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Collaborative Workflows with InDesign and InCopy

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Design
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InCopy InDesign
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