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are you able to find a symbol and reaplce it with a vector image with find and replace?Screen Shot 2022-07-30 at 7.09.56 PM.png

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 30, 2022 Jul 30, 2022

So are you trying to find # and replace it with the black paw print?

  1. Select the black paw print. 
  2. Edit > Copy
  3. Find/Change
    • Find: #
    • Change: ^C

 

This will paste whatever is on the clipboard, in the first case, the black paw print.

 

~Barb

 

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So are you trying to find # and replace it with the black paw print?

  1. Select the black paw print. 
  2. Edit > Copy
  3. Find/Change
    • Find: #
    • Change: ^C

 

This will paste whatever is on the clipboard, in the first case, the black paw print.

 

~Barb

 

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Jul 31, 2022 Jul 31, 2022

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Indeed - I'd suggest the same thing. Good one.

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The funny thing is, I was thinking 'yes, with GREP you can use Clipboard contents', never realized it was there in the plain 'Text' tab as well...

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I would copy the bear paw, then paste it into the text in context. That is, manually replace one symbol. After that, scale and position the paw using Object > Anchored Object > Options. Once the paw is positioned where you want it relative to the text make it an object style then select it as text. Copy, then follow Barb's instructions.

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