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How to insert a hard dash (non-breaking dash)?

Hi, I need to use non-breaking dashes in our product names, since most of them start with R-... and we don't want that hanging at the end of the the line. 

I found how to insert a non-breaking space, but not how to insert a non-breaking dash. Can you help?


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Maybe non-breaking-spaces before and after the dash will fit your requirement. Of course only if having a space bevore and after the dash is an option. 

Best, Eugen

I also need a non-breaking dash!

the non-breaking space is essential for referencing Standards such as IEC 61850 whee the space is mandatory but annoying when it is at the end of a line (perhaps as a result of zooming the screen).

but that Standard has many sub parts such as IEC 61850-7-4 so I need a non-breaking dash.

I have just found the non-breaking Space symbol as <<+Insert>> then <<Symbol>> ... although a bit annoying it is so hard to get to compared to a keyboard short cut like in Word where I press Ctrl+Shift+Space

You could always insert the unicode character non-breaking-hyphen (u+2011). To try it out, you can just copy the character ‑ and paste it. That should avoid a line break. Example:




How do you insert a unicode character by the code when editing a Confluence page?

Like rolland_vandersluis likes this

Thanks, copying and pasting that character "‑" worked for me!

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