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Better paragrahp justifcation....

Better paragrahp justifcation....

Better paragrahp justifcation....

(OP)
Hi, using winxp, ID CS3

How is it that everything, columns, paragraphs in a newspaper justify so well.  Doesn't see to have extra spaces, odd spacing....

For example, I have a  2 column article in my newsletter, justfied with last line aligned left.....
Overall, looks good, with some odd areas of spacings, I don't want to use tracking to compress words as it makes it look odd also in that area.

what do the newspaper people do that we can duplicate?

Nikky

RE: Better paragrahp justifcation....

Well, you can adjust the justification options under the paragraph tab. You'll have to play with that and the hyphenation to go with whatever font you are using as a style.

RE: Better paragrahp justifcation....

(OP)
Yes, that'll do the trick!  Thank you.

Nikky

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