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    Default justified text question

    any good suggestions on how to fully justify text without hyphens and without massive amounts of space between words?

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    take a typesetting class
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    stretch it

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    dont do it! but you can adjust the setting of the lines in indesign.

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    There's no magic, if you have a narrow column width and don't want to hyphenate words, you're going to get weird spacing. You can try a wider column, that will lessen the need for hyphenation and allow you to adjust the tracking more subtly. Sometimes the trick is just to edit the copy -- i.e., use a smaller word that will fit on a line instead of a big one that has to be hyphenated.

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    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve w View Post
    take a typesetting class

    That would be step #2.
    Step #1 would be to invent a time machine and go back to the 50s.

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    OR
    you can adjust
    the size
    & weight
    to a certain
    degree

    depending on
    what you're
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    kozik that shit

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