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Hello,

I wrapping a book, and a letter many times goes to end of line (this letter is "a" what is "the").

How can I set Publisher for one character drop to new line automatically?

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Can you provide a screenshot to better demonstrate your problem?


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Here is an example: "A" letter on end of line, but start a new sentence. If I can set a parameter (in paragraph settings) for "one letter drop to new line", that's will be great.

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I don’t think there’s a setting for this. The usual way to deal with that situation is simply to use a non-breaking space between the ‘a’ and the next word.


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I will try this replace tip, great thanks!

Update: this non-breaking space tip was the best, I tested, and I will use in future! Thank you Alfred and Wosven!

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