I'm surprised. Frame's usually so good about finding those weird things.
OK, this part I'm not sure will work, but according to the help.adobe.com
website, you can search for Unicode characters using their UTF-8 hex code
So for your first character, in the Find box, type '\xCABB' (without the
quote characters. For your second character, type '\xCABC' (without the
quote characters. (I got the UTF-8 hex codes from
I don't have any files using those codes, so I can't test it. :(
Let me know if it works so I can put it into my bag of tricks, too.
On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 1:47 PM, Theresa de Valence <t...@bstw.com> wrote:
> On 7/30/2014 11:58 AM, Lin Sims wrote:
>> If it were me, I'd copy one of the Australian ones into the "Find" box,
>> then copy the one you want it to be into the Replace box, then click
>> Change All, making sure Book is selected.
> For me that doesn't quite work. There's something in Frame which decides a
> curved apostrophe is the same as an uncurved apostrophe.
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