Re: Justified Text Problem
In Word 2002, I have a paragraph of justified text that looks perfect except
for one sentence that has spacing problems. Is there a way to align just
that one sentence left, thus correcting the problem, without Word
left-aligning the entire paragraph? Is there another way to achieve the same
Is hyphenation turned on? It should be if you are going to attempt justified text in any system but especially in Word. Also, if there is a word in a line that is not in Word's very limited dictionary, you may have to hyphenate it manually.
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Justified Text Problem: From: Kirk Turner
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