1 Choose Justification from the Paragraph palette menu.
2 Enter values for Word Spacing, Letter Spacing, and Glyph Spacing:
• For justified type only, enter values for Minimum and Maximum to define a range of acceptable spacing.
• Enter a value for Desired to set the spacing for both justified and unjustified paragraphs.
Word Spacing values can range from 0% to 1000%; at 100%, no additional space is added between words. Letter Spacing values can range from -100% to 500%; at 0%, no space is added between letters. Glyph Spacing values can range from 50% to 200%; at 100%, the width of characters is not scaled.
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