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Change multiple line spacing in Word 2007 and 2010, for good!

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in Office Technology,Word Tips

 Some people aren’t comfortable with the 1.15 line spacing, which Micro­soft instituted to improve readability.

To change line spacing, right-click on a paragraph formatted in the Normal style and choose Paragraph. Change the Line spacing field from Multiple to Single. You may want to keep some spacing After in the Line Spacing section to delineate between paragraphs.  Now, instead of clicking OK, click Set as Default and confirm that you want this change for all documents created with the Normal.dotx template.

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