Pardon my ignorance on this, but I canNOT think of what the heck to call this in order to just google for the answer.
Indesign is choosing to partition my words onto the next line when it's not necessary.
There's plenty of room to finish the word on the line, but it's breaking it up at a syllable and moving the other half to the next line and I don't understand why or how to make it stop.
I don't want broken up words in my manual and I've been manually spacing them out and putting them on the next line in cases where they can't fit, but I can't get past this one.
There's clealy enough room for the 'cal' to fit on the top line...
That’s the paragraph composer at work. It’s one of the great features of InDesign but occasionally it may not yield exactly what you want. You can turn it off and use the single line composer if you want by changing the paragraph style or by selecting the paragraph and from the paragraph panel, open the panel menu and choose single line composer.
If you don't want "broken up words" be sure to select all text and turn off hyphenation in the Paragraph palette (command-option-T on a Mac)
Thank you both so much!! Perfect =]
I am NOT an avid indesign user so I'm trying to remember my 3 week crash course from like 5 years ago lol