Applying multiple character styles to the same text


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Applying multiple character styles to the same text

In addition to quick and easy formatting, GREP Styles also let you do something that's otherwise impossible in InDesign, and that is to simultaneously apply more than one character style to the same bit of text. The Paragraph Style applied to the body copy in this document already has a GREP Style built into it that automatically detects prices and formats them by changing their color and typeface. What I want to do is change a small portion of that price, just the cents and I want to apply the superscript attribute through another character style.

I have another character style in this document, called Cents. I'll right-click on the Cents Style in the Character Styles panel and choose Edit Cents, from the context menu. In the Character Style Options dialog, let's take a look at what's going on in this particular character style. Under Basic Character Formats, nothing about the style is defined uniquely except that it uses the OpenType Superior/Superscript attribute. In a...

Applying multiple character styles to the same text
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Applying multiple character styles to the same text provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Murphy as part of the Learning GREP with InDesign

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InDesign
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