Set Line Spacing in Word 2010 - Microsoft Word

What is Set Line Spacing in Word 2010?

In this section, let us talk over how to set line spacing in Word 2010. Line spacing is the space between two lines in a Microsoft Word document. You can increase or decrease this space as per your necessity by ensuing a few easy steps. This section will give details how to set the space between two lines as well as how to set the distance between two paragraphs.

Spacing between Lines

Resulting are the easy steps to alter spacing between two lines of the document.

Step 1 − Select the paragraph or paragraphs for which you want to define spacing. You can use any of the text selection method to select the paragraph(s).

Step 2 − Click the Line and Paragraph Spacing Button triangle to display a list of options to adjust space between the lines. You can select any of the option available by simply clicking over it.

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Spacing between Paragraphs

You can similarly set space between two paragraphs. Resulting are the easy steps to set this distance.

Step 1 − Select the paragraph or paragraphs for which you want to define spacing and click the Paragraph Dialog Box launcher available on the Home tab.

Step 2 − Click the before spinner to increase or decrease the space before the selected paragraph. Similar way, click the after spinner to increase or decrease the space after the selected paragraph. Finally, click the OK button to apply the changes.


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You can use the Line Spacing choice existing at the dialog box to set line spacing as we have seen in previous instance. You can try it manually.


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