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2012-02-13, 14:13 #1
Hyphenation Problem with "Landlord"
For some reason, Word 2007 has started hyphenating "Landlord" as "Lan-dlord" rather than "Land-lord" in my legal documents. I have taken to searching and replacing all instances of "Landlord" with the word Landlord containing an optional hyphen after the "d". However, this does not solve the problem in all cases. In some cases, I have to apply the "do not spellcheck" option to the Word to keep hyphenation from working (a trick I learned on this forum ages ago). I do use custom compatibility layout options (including right justification ala WordPerfect). I do not know if this would have any effect. Anyway, anybody else ever have a similar problem? If so, how did you take care of it??
2012-02-13, 14:49 #2
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An even better trick?
To turn off auto hyphenation in Word 2007/2010:
- Go to the Page Layout tab > Page Setup group.
- Click Hyphenation.
- Select None.
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2012-02-13, 15:18 #3
I need hyphenation on in the document.