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  Appending H & Js In QuarkXPress™
(Hyphenation and Justification)
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Each Quark™ document can have its own H & Js (Hyphenation and Justification specifications). Sometimes text blocks are copied from one document to the next. If the two documents were created using different H & Js, the text in the target document will not flow the same as in the source document. To preserve text flow between documents you can append the H & Js from the source document to the target document.

1. With the target document open, click File > Append. In the dialog, select the source file for the H & Js.

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2. In the dialog click the H & Js tab. A list of available H & J specifications will appear in the "Available" box on the left.

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3. Highlight the H & Js to be appended and click the arrow pointing to the right.

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4. The selected H & Js will appear in the "Include" box on the right. Click "OK" to finish appending them to your open document.

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