# Removing space between words when justified

I am writing a report and since the text is justified, every last sentence of a paragraph has more spaces between words in order to fit into the textwidth. I saw a lot of questions about this subject, I tried the solutions but it never worked for me. In addition to that, the solutions I've found may work for a countable number of words. However, I need to do it for all my report. Does anyone know how to solve this problem?

In the picture above, there are two huge spaces between three words and I'd like to remove this, and to apply the solution for the whole document.

• Welcome to TeX.SE. Please provide complete small code begging wit \documentclass{...} ending with \end{document} which will generate text you show. Without this you left us to guessing ... – Zarko Aug 10 '16 at 12:31
• My crystal ball suggests \break. If so, please learn that you mark the end of a paragraph by a blank line. – egreg Aug 10 '16 at 12:41

Actually I've found the answer thanks to @egreg. I've used \linebreak in the end of the line. But when I use \\ instead, everything works fine.
• Furthermore, you won't have any parindent` (if set to a non-zero value) for the paragraph that follows, since it won't be considered as such. – Bernard Aug 10 '16 at 13:38