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Controlling hyphenation and justification

Controlling hyphenation and justification: QuarkXPress 2016 Essential Training
Controlling hyphenation and justification: QuarkXPress 2016 Essential Training

Any time you’re setting more than one line of text, the appearance of that text will be affected by hyphenation and justification settings. Hyphenation settings tell QuarkXPress what to do when a word won't fit at the end of a line. Mike describes how to get the right H&J settings to make your text look and fit better. He looks at how to control character spacing and word spacing, with maximum, minimum, and optimal values. He explains features like flush zone and hyphenation zone.

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Skill Level Beginner
6h 18m
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Q: This course was updated on 10/19/2017. What changed?

A: The following topics were updated: converting imported PDFs to QuarkXPress items and exporting to HTML5 publications. In addition, new videos were added that cover using shape tools, working with text spans and splits, nondestructive image editing, and applying transparency blend modes to items.

Skills covered in this course
Design Page Layout QuarkXPress

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