9. Using GREP with fonts


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9. Using GREP with fonts

In this document, I can see that the logo for the store Bliss No. 5 has a circle around the 5. When I zoom in on the text up here, I see that there is no such circle on these 5s. But wouldn't that be kind of cool to have a little text treatment here where the 5 has a circle around it? I'm going to show you how I can use GREP Styles to put that circle there. The first thing I'm going to do is replace that 5 with an n. Why an n? Well, I just happen to know that in the Wingdings 2 font the n looks like a 5 with a circle around. I just happen to know that. So I'm going to replace the 5 with an n here. So I'll open my Paragraphs Styles panel and I'll double-click on the Body style to create a new GREP Style. Select the GREP Style tab, now I'll click New GREP Style.

You can see I already have a couple of GREP Styles in this Paragraph Style, but I'm going to create a new GREP Style, which will apply a new Character Style called let's say wingdings, might a...

9. Using GREP with fonts
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9. Using GREP with fonts provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign: 10 Things to Know About GREP

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Design
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InDesign
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