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Re: Page setting

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  • Subject: [mg35770] Re: [mg35685] Page setting
  • From: Omega Consulting <omega_consulting at>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 07:22:24 -0400 (EDT)
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At 03:46 AM 7/25/2002, Shz Shz Oon wrote:
>Hi all,
>I am writing my thesis using ArticleModern style sheet in Mathematica 4.1.
>I have problems as below :
>1) I wish to make it show the page break just like the MS Excel and MS Word
>  do. I tried by selecting the "Show Page Breaks" from the menu, but nothing
>  was seen on the screen. What should i do?

Assuming that you have more than one page, you should see a dashed line 
between cells at the location of the page breaks.

>2) I type my text in the cell in text form. When i click "Full Right Justify
>  Selection" button, all the words at the end of each line will break into
>two parts and go to next line.
>It looks like this, example : "Programming" becomes "Programm-" (initial line)
>  "ing" (following line).
>Anybody knows how to make the words not breaking aparts showed as above?

Turn off hyphenation.
1) Select the cell
2) Choose the menu item Format>Option Inspector
3) In the Lookup field put hyphenation. The hit enter.
4) At the Hyphenation->True option uncheck the checkbox.

If it is a common problem, you should set the hyphenation in the style sheet.

>Any helps and suggestions would be highly appreciated.
>Thank you in advance!
>Shz Shz
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