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With 1.3.4 you can create manual line breaks, so that if the word starts with a soft hyphen, it does not hyphenate.
 
With 1.3.4 you can create manual line breaks, so that if the word starts with a soft hyphen, it does not hyphenate.
  
Further reading about [http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Why_is_there_so_much_whitespace_when_using_full-_or_forced_justification%3F Hypenation in combination with Full/Forced Justification]
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Further reading about [http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Why_is_there_so_much_whitespace_when_using_full-_or_forced_justification%3F Hyphenation in combination with Full/Forced Justification]

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This article is part of the Tips & Tricks series.
Installation Usage PDF issues Other

Hyphenation

If a line after the last line that features a hyphen has too large word spaces, you can adjust the hyphenation manually with soft hyphens (also called smart hyphens; you can use the menu entry insert > charachter > smart hyphen or its ctrl+shift+- shortcut), or by removing hyphenation locally. Select chars and run Extras->Dehyphenate.

Also, If you want to squeeze some text, select it and set horizontal scale to 94-98%.

With 1.3.4 you can create manual line breaks, so that if the word starts with a soft hyphen, it does not hyphenate.

Further reading about Hyphenation in combination with Full/Forced Justification