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How can I keep page numbers from breaking across lines?  For example, 1- on one line and 23 on the next?  There is no space between the characters (1-23), so no way to add a non-breaking space.

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Ah... found it in the forum.  In this case /+ replaces the hyphen.  Sorry, newbie and didn't search long enough!

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How can I keep page numbers from breaking across lines?  For example, 1- on one line and 23 on the next?  There is no space between the characters (1-23), so no way to add a non-breaking space.

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Ah... found it in the forum.  In this case /+ replaces the hyphen.  Sorry, newbie and didn't search long enough!

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I think it has something to do with editing the hyphenation rules – check the help & search the forum – I don’t know much about it (never really cared that much I guess)

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That doesn't appear to work in cross-references, Jeff... at least not that I could see.  I found the non-breaking hyphen, but it wouldn't insert in the cross-reference.

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Ah... found it in the forum.  In this case /+ replaces the hyphen.  Sorry, newbie and didn't search long enough!

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For future reference, you might want to consider using the more typograpically correct en-dash  instead of the hyphen when setting up a page number sequence or separating a range of numbers.

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