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Document.ConsecutiveHyphensLimit Property (Word)

Returns or sets the maximum number of consecutive lines that can end with hyphens. Read/write. Long.

expression .ConsecutiveHyphensLimit

expression A variable that represents a Document object.

If the ConsecutiveHyphensLimit property is set to 0 (zero), any number of consecutive lines can end with hyphens.

This example enables automatic hyphenation for MyReport.doc and limits the number of consecutive lines that can end with hyphens to two.

With Documents("MyReport.doc") 
 .AutoHyphenation = True 
 .ConsecutiveHyphensLimit = 2 
End With

This example sets no limit on the number of consecutive lines that can end with hyphens.

ActiveDocument.ConsecutiveHyphensLimit = 0
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