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Old 01-04-2007, 08:48 PM   #3
don Arnoldy
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is it possible to do like the first example in my attachment without manually setting first line -10 indent and the rest of the paragraph +10 indent, and then forcing a hard linebreak to reset the indent for the rest of the text ?
Yup, sure is.

Put a thin space after the cap, then kern the remainder of the word back over the space. I usually also put a thin space at the start of the paragraph, and drop 2 characters, which allows me to better-controle the left side of the dropped character.

   
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