Word is one of the Office software we often use, word typesetting may encounter many kinds of operations and settings, sometimes we need to set the spacing of each paragraph a little bit, and sometimes may set a bit longer, then the line spacing is how to adjust it?
1. First select the paragraph you want to adjust line spacing, and then right-click to select paragraph;
2. Then in the pop-up "paragraph" box to find "spacing" in the "space" in the Drop-down button to select the appropriate parameters, the line spacing selection is determined, click the "OK" button to complete the line spacing settings.
The line spacing is explained in detail as follows:
Single spacing: The height of the largest font in each line is added with a small extra spacing. Single spacing is the default line spacing for Word2003.
1.5 Times spacing: line spacing is 1.5 times times that of single spacing.
Twice spacing: line spacing is twice times that of single spacing.
Minimum value: The minimum line spacing that can contain the largest font or graphic in the line, and Word2003 adjusts the value to its own size.
Fixed value: Sets a fixed spacing value for each line, and Word2003 cannot adjust it.
Multiple spacing: Allows you to set any multiple for each line leading to single spacing. For example. After the election of this item. Typing 0.65 or 4.25 in the Set Value list box to the right indicates that each line of spacing is set to 0.65 times times or 4.25 times times the single spacing.