I rarely use any hyphenations. I do know that you must go to
"Tools>Options>Language Settings>writing Aids" and go to the "options
box" and check the hyphen options, that I find at the bottom of the list
there. The "Available language modules" show that my setup has
"Libhyphen Hyphenator" listed and checked.
The only real time I would think about using hyphens would be when I to
a fully-justified text option. I do not use that much and I have not
used the the hyphen option in a fully-justified text since the last
versions of the 3.4.x line [I think].
On 11/20/2012 12:17 PM, anne-ology wrote:
Are you referring to the characters?;
if so, you can add the hyphen wherever by clicking on that in
the menu --> choosing the character you desire;
if not, then I haven't a clue as to what you're doing - I'm
quite curious though.
On Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 5:31 PM, J. Randal Matheny <email@example.com>wrote:
I've used OOo forever, and then jumped to LO, with Brazilian Portuguese
and English dictionaries/hyphenation. Recently the English hyphenation
has switched, apparently, to Portuguese. I've changed everything to
English I can think of, have downloaded and installed the English
dictionary etc., done all I know to do. Now I'm at a loss. Any ideas?
I'm not so much of a newby, have even edited and published a book in
OOo, doing cover and all.
J. Randal Matheny
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