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Last word of paragraph/page not hyphenated

Last word of paragraph/page not hyphenated

Last word of paragraph/page not hyphenated

(OP)
Dear all,

we have just moved to InDesign 2.0.2 CE from Ventura 8 and there is one thing that we are really missing: we do not want the last word of the paragraph and the last word of the page to be hyphenated. Is there a way we can do this?

Any help will be appreciated

Thanking you in advance
Costas Papadopoulos
Dioptra Publishing
Greece
costas@dioptra.gr

RE: Last word of paragraph/page not hyphenated

There's an attribute called 'No Break' on the Character palette fly-out menu. You can apply that manually or via character style or via script to the last word in a paragraph and it won't hyphenate it.

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