At 20:49 10/09/2020 +0100, Séamas Ó Brógáin wrote:
Thank you (once again), Brian. I'll test all
this in the morning. What I'm trying to achieve
is to select all the terms inside the brackets
and then in one fell swoop (1) to change them
all to italic (and therefore excluding the
brackets) and (2) to change the language of the
text within the brackets to a different one from
the main text. I'll do it all manually if
necessary, but there are an awful lot of them!
No need. First use
and Find All to select all the bracketed phrases.
Then apply italics and the change of language. Then search for
(meaning open bracket or close bracket) and again
Find All to select all brackets. Now undo italics
and (if it matters) reset the language for the brackets themselves.
I trust this helps.
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