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LETTERS WITHIN SQUARE / WITHOUT HYPHEN

Community Beginner ,
Apr 05, 2024 Apr 05, 2024

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I need to put out exactly these letters/words, but now want to get rid of those hypens (splits), because it's more about letters rather than words (it 's a kind of a word game).

Especially that the end result is such that all letters are nicely aligned in the whole, within a square. (supplemented, if necessary, by a short word, for example).

 

>> 'No hyphen' is obviously not an option...

>> Giving a soft return doesn't get me any further either, because then I can't get it nicely aligned, not even under Justification.

Does anybody knows how to fix this? Thank you!

 

 

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Community Expert , Apr 05, 2024 Apr 05, 2024

Apply (the Dutch equivalent of) [No Language] to the text (select the text frame, go to the Character panel, select No Language at 'Language:'). Works fine over here:

PeterKahrel_4-1712303151720.png

 

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Apply (the Dutch equivalent of) [No Language] to the text (select the text frame, go to the Character panel, select No Language at 'Language:'). Works fine over here:

PeterKahrel_4-1712303151720.png

 

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That's it Peter! Thanks so much for helping me out! You're the best! Thank you. Have a nice day. Eva

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