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2012/1/21 Brian Barker <>:
At 15:56 19/01/2012 +0100, Jean-Christophe Sekinger wrote:

I would like to transform each {{word}} or {{phrase}} (which I can select
with '\{{[^\}]+\}}') in word or phrase in italic and without "{{}}"

How can I do that?... Help!

o Search for {{([^}]+)}} .
o Replace with $1 .
o If necessary, click More Options in the Find & Replace panel.
o With the cursor in the "Replace with" window, Click Format... .

Aaaah! I never thought of that before!

o On the Font tab, under Typeface, click Italic and OK.  (See the word
"Italic" appear beneath the "Replace with" window?)
o Click Replace All.

I trust this helps.

Thanks, Jean-Christophe Sekinger for asking the question and Brian
Barker for answering it! I didn't know this was possible!

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

Brian Barker

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