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I want to mark a sequence of words so that line breaks won't separate them.

Can this be done? how?

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up vote 7 down vote accepted

You need to insert nonbreaking spaces between the words you need to keep on the same line.

To create a nonbreaking space, first remove the regular space between the words. Then with your mousepointer pointer positioned between between the two words, hold down on the CTRL and SHIFT keys as you press the SPACEBAR. The result is that the words remain together on the same line.

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Darn you just beat me to it – Ivo Flipse Jul 23 '09 at 10:23

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