28.04.2016 u 20:24, Joe Conner je napisao/la:
Select the text, FORMAT -> PARAGRAPH -> ALIGNMENT Tab -> OPTIONS, then
put the radio button bullet on left justify.
Or he could hyphenate words.
On the first word after awkward line hit Ctrl + - (ctrl and that hyphen
character just right of the period/dot) at the valid brake point:
Some awkward sentence.
Hyphenated first word of next sentence.
You could have:
Some awkward sentence. Hype-
nated first word of next sentence.
On 04/28/2016 10:55 AM, charles meyer wrote:
I’m trying to adjust spaces between characters in text words formatted
for a resume. I have the paragraph symbol turned on so I can see that
paragraph icon at the end of every line of text.
Some text words have larger spaces between the words than others. The
larger spaces make the sentences look awkward because the spaces
between the words are too large.
Other text words look appropriately close to the following word.
Is there some way to adjust this spacing between text words?
Thanks so much.
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