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yes, there is; try this:
- set the find window in power find pro mode, and look for .+
- uncheck the whole word option
- select format > fonts > document fonts > the font you need
(this should automatically tick the attribute sensitive box)
- press find next or find all
Ok, thanks to you, I can now find and replace text of a certain font, font size, etc, with a style. Now I notice that when I do that, the bookmarks that Scrivener created as my TOC are no longer working. Obviously doing a Find And Replace on all the section titles trashed them, which is understandable. So I can either replace the TOC Scrivener created with a native Nisus TOC, or else, instead of doing a Find And Replace on section titles with Nisus, I guess I can create a macro that finds each such section title and then inserts the appropriate style.
Thanks for pointing this macro selection out. I notice that the Select by Font macro is in the Macro drop-down list by default. Now, as long as I make sure all the various headings I have in my document created by Scrivener have the same font (while changing their size, alignment, etc., depending on what sort of heading each is), I can use the Select by Font macro and then simply apply what I want in common to all of them. In this case, it's the Keep With Next Paragraph property that Scrivener doesn't seem to export during its Compile routine. Now I don't even need to mess with styles. Thanks again.