2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 23, 2015 12:10 PM by LBreaux

    Justify tracking? That is, justify letters, not the space between words...

    LBreaux

      I know this question might be kind of hard to understand... Okay, so usually you justify type, and you can get some rivers, right? I've been reading this book, and the type is set in a way where there are no rivers. The type is justified, but it seems as if the individual letters are justified (like the tracking) rather than the words. The space differs from each word's letters, and not the space between each word. Attached are some photos of the book in question.

       

      Exaggerated examples of what I am trying to say.

       

      The book's layout:

      H e l l o   m y   n a m e   i s   L a n d o n.

       

      Normal Justification:

      Hello      my     name     is         Landon.

       

       

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      Thanks!