I have typeset a text that is justified and thus requires hyphenation to maintain the column width appropriately.
I was wondering if there is a rule of thumb for how words should be hyphenated?
The software I am using (Adobe InDesign) is hyphenating words like so:
'knowl-edge', 'cir-culation' and 'dif-ferent'
However, my client is saying this should be:
'know-ledge', 'circ-ulation' and 'diff-erent'
According to some websites I have found, the hyphenation done by InDesign is correct but I'm trying to understand why so I can explain why if necessary.