LaTeX tends to break words at the end of the line when that causes better typography. Great. I'd like to have some sort of influence on where the words are broken, though.
For example, LaTeX currently breaks
cryptog-raphy when it does not fit, while I would much rather break it into
I've tried putting an mbox around it (or around both parts of the word) but that just ends up overflowing the hspace.
Is there a way I can put a box around the word but still allow a break at designated points, i.e. after
crypto and before
graphy? I'm fine with doing this on a per-word basis manually.
cryp\-to\-graphyor better as a rule in the preamble
r, whereas the associated adjectives (cryptographic, photographic, etc) are supposed to be hyphenated before the
grgroup. If that's not in conformance with your hyphenation preferences, be sure to load the
babelpackage with the appropriate language option. In your case, the
britishoption may be appropriate.