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Now Enable/OA (Office Automation) has added many new features - multitasking, OS/2 support, thesaurus, automatic save and hyphenation, linked spreadsheets, and more.
and hyphenation as they exist in Law Publication s WordPerfect files, indenting block
The first is achieved because, unlike the uncertain line breaks and overall copyfit of mixed software environments, InCopy and InDesign's shared code base and tight integration ensure that writers, editors, and designers all see the same hyphenation and justification.
For example, his conclusions about justified type didn't include any discussion of the line length of the samples, the effects of hyphenation on comprehension, or the capabilities of desktop publishing tools for justifying type well.
Virgulius, sometimes called Vir and Virgule, the cosmopolitan hero of the novel whose name connotes cultural and ethnic hyphenation, falls in love with Koi (coy?
In conclusion, many word-processors now boast such features as spelling dictionaries, thesauri and hyphenation dictionaries.
Because the text lines are nowrelatively short, Bruce decides hyphenation should be used so that there are no unduly large spaces between words.
SFC is fully compatible with atmospheric pressure ionization mass spectrometry and hyphenation with MS detection increases peak resolving capacity, resulting in a greater SFC application range.
Word spacing is occasionally peculiar, especially in some of the foreign language items, probably because the hyphenation program didn't work on those languages.
7 -- appropriate hyphenation of the word "discriminate" may have solved the problem in the quotation).