Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Set Line Spacing
WORD
chapter 6
Set Line
Spacing
Formatting Text
You can adjust the amount of spacing that appears
between lines of text in your paragraphs. For example, you
may need to set 2.5 spacing to allow for handwritten edits
in your printed document, or set 1.5 spacing to make the
paragraphs easier to read. By default, Word assigns 1.15
spacing for all new documents that you create.
Set Line Spacing
1 Select the text that you want to
format.
2 Click the Home tab on the
Ribbon.
3 Click the Line Spacing button
( ).
4 Click a line spacing option.
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Word immediately applies the
new spacing.
This example applies 2.0 line
spacing.
5 To control the spacing that
surrounds a paragraph, click the
corner group button (
5
) in the
Paragraph group.
The Paragraph dialog box opens.
6 Use the Before spin box to
specify how much space should
appear before the paragraph.
7 Use the After spin box to specify
how much space should appear
after the paragraph.
8 Click OK.
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