1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 20, 2012 3:11 AM by Michael Gianino

    Orphan Prevention vs. Don't Hyphenate Across Columns: The Battle

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      Orphan Prevention: always keep 2 lines at the end of a paragraph together. You get an unsightly "blank line" at the bottom of a page, but trust me, that's preferred over having a dangling few end-of-paragraph words on a new page. Besides, if I spot one of those, I can usually find a manual way to override some of the text formatting and loose or win a line.


      Don't Hyphenate Across Columns: never allow the very last word on a page to be broken.


      What do you get when both rules should be used?