Bold Text in Adobe InDesign


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Vimster

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#1
Hi, I'm setting a restaurant menu in InDesign and I have the description of the food followed by a tab then the price. The client has now asked if the prices can be in bold and a different colour. Is there a way that I can select just the prices within the paragraph - this decription and price are within the same text frame but the prices 'appear' as though they are in a separate coloumn because of the tabs so can you draw a selection over the 'coloumn' of prices and change that text?

Hope this makes sense - it's difficult to explain!
Grateful for any help :icon_smile:
Thanks Vimster
 
hankscorpio

hankscorpio

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Staff member
#2
Can you give an example of how the pricelist looks

Grep Search this might work (?<=\t)£\d+?\.\d{2}

Change to
Leave Blank

Find Formatting
Ignore this

Change formatting
Click in the box and select what formatting is to change.

It depends on the content though.
 
Paul Murray

Paul Murray

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Staff member
#3
I was thinking Grep, but I'd probably switch out the content and use a table instead. It a bit more effort to set up, but makes changes like this a breeze.
 
V

Vimster

New Member
#5
Thanks for the replies. I used the Table>Convert text to table - worked fine. Cheers for the tip Hanksscorpio :)
 
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