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As long as the ignition is switched off,having ABS makes no difference to the way the brakes are bled.
Start with the brake furthest from the master cylinder and work to the closest and make sure the reservoir doesn't empty.
I bow to your superior experience, but I've had a couple of cars in the past- a 4x4 Granada being one and a Citroen Xantia that required the ignition on and a specific sequence to do anything with regard to bleeding the brakes, nevermind changing fluid in the whole system. As I say, you may well know better than me- I would simply urge caution.
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