[texhax] Stopping hyphens in table of contents and headings
s.k.laycock at sheffield.ac.uk
Mon Oct 22 23:38:25 CEST 2007
Thanks for the advice.
Basically some words are being hyphenated in the chapter and section
headings and the ToC.
I'm writing my PhD thesis so have the below, so everything is in one
I would like to stop getting hyphenated words in the chapter/section/
subsection headings because it doesn't look to good. As far as I can
tell I haven't adjusted the default chapter heading settings.
Can you supply some more information on how to do no. 3 " use
\raggedright which will require that you modify the section headings
command(s), a non-trivial task"
On 22 Oct 2007, at 22:18, Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCPHI) wrote:
>> From: Suzanna Laycock <s.k.laycock at sheffield.ac.uk>
>> Subject: [texhax] Stopping hyphens in table of contents and headings
>> I'm net to LaTex and I've managed to resolve most problems,
>> but I can't find out how to do the following:
>> I would like to stop hyphenation in my table of contents, and
>> my section headings. How can I do this?
> TeX?! Overly helpful?! ... Not!
> Where are you getting hyphenation?
> * in ToC only
> * or in the body of your output
> I am guessing that you may be using twocolumn in your options.
> 1. figure out how to have the ToC in just one column
> 2. reduce size
> 3. use \raggedright which will require that you modify the section
> headings command(s), a non-trivial task
> Ron Fehd the macro maven CDC Atlanta GA USA RJF2 at cdc dot gov
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