IN THIS CHAPTER
Changing text and formatting
Using the Spelling Checker
Counting words and characters
Using the Story Editor to save your sanity
Wielding the magic of Content Variables
Tracking changes with Redline
Marking up a layout with Notes
Whether you typed the text yourself or imported it from another author, QuarkXPress has a phenomenal arsenal of tools for editing the text, collaborating with reviewers, and creating content that updates itself. For example, the Find/Change feature lets you search for text that has literally any formatting attribute in any combination — and then change it to any other format or apply a style sheet. The Spelling Checker has a few tricks up its sleeve, including user-customizable auxiliary dictionaries for special words. ...
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