“If you’re finding that there’s a space missing after running “Remove”, my guess is that that’s because you ran a find/change that removes all spaces at the end of the line, something like that. Could that be?”
That’s EXACTLY what had happened, unintenionally of course.
I tested out a new file and discovered if after running Dropword you use InDesign’s built in GREP of “Remove Trailing Whitespace” that will erase the space before the linebreak.
That must have been what I had done and was then afterwards using “remove dropword” and getting words together.
Thanks for your help, now I know to me more careful about using “remove trailing whitespace” after Dropword.
- This reply was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by ~~Ariel~~.