Limiting Matches with GREP in InDesign
Copyeditors dread bibliographies, especially if a publisher insists on their own format. That insistence can easily lead to many repetitive corrections that numb both the mind and the fingers. But we can use that repetitiveness to our advantage, because where there’s a consistent pattern of errors, there’s an opportunity to fix them with GREP.
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