Advanced turnsheets

Advanced features and explanations for power users

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Skipping replacement in certain documents

The {{skip}} power-up can be used in Merge workflows to replace the matched text in documents created from certain rows, but not others.
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Font formats

Change the column type to Rich Text to insert formatted (bold, italics, etc.) text in your documents. Or use power-ups in Text columns.
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Multiple paragraphs, lists, and breaks

Work with multiple paragraphs, indent and outdent list items, and work with paragraph, line, page, section, and column breaks.
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White-space

One or more consecutive spaces in your turnsheet will match one or more of any consecutive white-space characters (including line breaks).
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Dashes

Typing a hyphen (-) in your turnsheet will match any kind of dash punctuation.
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Cross-references, footnotes, and endnotes

Modify, insert, and remove cross-references, footnotes, and endnotes across your documents.
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Quotes

By default, quotes inserted in the documents are automatically converted to curly quotes.
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Wildcards

Wildcards can be used to write more powerful editing instructions.
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Fields

Many common inline MS Word Fields (cross-references, hyperlinks, and others) can be replaced just like normal text.
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Other power-ups

These power-ups can be used to match or insert special characters in your documents.
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