I have copy-pasted a large text into InDesign. The problem is that a lot of words got broken up, so for example a text might look like this:
As descri bed below, we collect i nformation from and abou t the computers, phones, connected TVs and other web-conn ected devices you use that integrate with our Products, and we c ombi ne this information across different devices you use. For example, we use information collected about your use of our Products on your phone to better per sonalize the content (including ads) or fe atures you see when you use our P roducts on another device, such as your laptop or table t, or to measure whether you took an action in r esponse to an ad we showed you on your phone on a differ ent device.
Most words are correct but many are broken up in random parts. When I use 'Check spelling' it will recognise many of these words (because the word "nformation" doesn't exist). Is there a way (with or without a script or GREP expression) to 'repair' these words for example by letting 'Spelling' check for the words and looking for the missing bits next to it? Autocorrect is turned on but doesn't seem to do anything, plus I don't think it would be able to repair a word like "c ombi ne" because it might not see this as "combine" plus it could leave the "c" and "ne" left over.
Any help would be appreciated!