the hyphenation values you select in the Form Properties and Options dialog
boxes apply to the text in the entire form, you can use the Hyphenate option
in the Paragraph palette to add or remove hyphenation in individual paragraphs.
Use the Hyphenate option to manually adjust text layout on an object-by-object
You can hyphenate the text in the caption area of objects such
as text fields, decimal fields, and numeric fields, and the value
area of text field objects (default text and text the form filler
It is recommended that you become familiar with the various options
you need to select for objects that contain hyphenated text. (See Hyphenate text.)
When the Hyphenate New Items is selected in the
Options dialog box on the Formatting page, the Hyphenation option
is automatically selected with new objects added to a form.
To hyphenate the text in a selected paragraph
To enable) the Hyphenate option in the Paragraph
palette, do one of the following actions:
Select Tools > Options > Formatting, and then choose Allow Hyphenation
in Text and Field Captions, or Allow Hyphenation in Text Field Values,
form) Select File > Form Properties > Formatting > and
choose Allow Hyphenation in Text and Field Captions, or Allow Hyphenation
in Text Field Values, or both.
Select the text to hyphenate.
(Does not apply to text objects) In the Paragraph palette,
click the Currently Editing palette menu and do one of the following
To hyphenate caption and data value text,
select Edit Caption and Value.
To hyphenate only caption text, select Edit Caption.
To hyphenate only data value text, select Edit Value.
To hyphenate the text in the value area of text field objects,
in the Object palette, on the Field tab, select Allow Multiple Lines.
In the Layout palette, select Expand to Fit (Width), or Expand
to Fit (Height), or both.
In the Paragraph palette, select Hyphenate. The change is
To remove hyphenation from a selected paragraph
Click the text to remove hyphenation
from and, in the Paragraph palette, deselect Hyphenate. The change