Quote Originally Posted by blacbird View Post
Are you familiar with kerning? You can do this in MS-Word (although they have it hidden under a couple layers of menu), and it can help quite a bit with individual lines that have length or spacing problems. But you really do need to upgrade your learning about how these programs function.

Good to know, but the program has automatic tracking that you can see tightening the letters as you add words. I find adding words is just the easiest outside of dialogues.

Dialogues are more constrained by spoken economy and spoken style, so with those it is easier to add a lot of 3 dot punctuation, or comas, rather than words... Because of fixing my funky lines, many small things were improved.