Thursday, February 26, 2009 – Permalink –
Justify Clean Up
Minimize white space
When a document is formatted with columns, the text is often Justified. This can lead to a messy layout of words and letters.
"When justifying text in Microsoft Word use the hyphenation feature to improve the look of your page. (Without hyphens). . . unnecessary 'white space' is distributed throughout. When hyphenation is turned on the overall typographic color of the page is much more even. To enable this feature in Microsoft Word do the following: After you have justified the columns in your document, choose from the "Tools menu" > Language > then from the dropdown menu, choose "Hyphenation", then choose "Automatically hyphenate document"
Typography Tip #2
BTW, this goes along with one space after punctuation.
Bill Hill - There is only one space after a period
In Woody's Office Watch look for #2:
"SQUISHED" JUSTIFICATION IN WORD
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<Doug Klippert@ 3:39 AM
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