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Old July 31st, 2015, 02:48 PM
Cardlaw Cardlaw is offline
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Default Hyphenation

When I tell MS Word 2010 to automatically hyphenate my document, it only adds the optional hyphens to long words at the ends of lines, which means that when I convert the document (say to Kindle format - using another program), and other long words are now at the ends of lines, they are not hyphenated.
Is there any way to make Word put optional hyphens in all long words, not just words currently at the end of a line?

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