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Adjusting the Space Between Lines
Adjusting the Space Between Lines
To change the spacing between lines, select the lines whose spacing you
want to change, or simply put the cursor in a paragraph if you’re changing
the line spacing throughout a paragraph (if you’re just starting a document,
you’re ready to go). Then, on the Home tab, click the Line and Paragraph
Spacing button and choose an option on the drop-down list.
To take advantage of more line-spacing options, open the Paragraph dialog
box, as shown in Figure 2-8. Use either of these techniques to open the
Paragraph dialog box:
Go to the Home tab or Page Layout tab and click the Paragraph group
button.
On the Home tab, click the Line and Paragraph Spacing button and
choose Line Spacing Options on the drop-down list.
Figure 2-8:
In the
Paragraph
dialog box,
choose
Spacing
options to
decide the
amount
of space
between
paragraphs
and lines.
Besides single-, 1.5-, and double-spacing, the Paragraph dialog box offers
these Line Spacing options:
At Least: Choose this one if you want Word to adjust for tall symbols or
other unusual text. Word adjusts the lines but makes sure there is, at
minimum, the number of points you enter in the At box between each
line.
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