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Old 06-19-2007, 01:42 PM   #1
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Default Automatic hyphenation in French using Quark 6

We are mainly an English-language publisher, but we do some books in French. Unfortunately, our version of Quark only comes with the hyphenation rules for English, and the Quark website seems to be telling us that we'd need to switch to Passport (which we do not intend to do). Anyone know if there is some easy way to add a French hyphenation algorithm, or if we are stuck doing all the hyphenation manually?

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