What does spacing before and after mean?

What does spacing before and after mean?

What does spacing before and after mean?

Space Before and Space After a Paragraph. Space Before sets the amount of space before the paragraph. Space After sets the amount of space after the paragraph. Following are the sample paragraphs with Space After set to 12 pt.

How do I change paragraph spacing to 0 in Word?

From the Paragraph dialog box, make sure the Before and After Spacing for a paragraph is set to 0 pt. This will remove any extra line spacing between paragraphs. Press the OK button when finished.

How much space should there be before a paragraph?

About line spacing Line spacing is the space between each line in a paragraph. Word allows you to customize the line spacing to be single spaced (one line high), double spaced (two lines high), or any other amount you want. The default spacing in Word is 1.08 lines, which is slightly larger than single spaced.

Is 1.5 or 2 double spaced?

Use Ctrl+1 to single space, Ctrl+2 to double space, or Ctrl+5 to set the spacing to 1.5 line spacing on any line, paragraph, or all highlighted text.

Should I double space my book?

Line spacing: All lines should be double spaced. Double-spacing your lines makes the manuscript easier to read and mark up. Do not add an extra space between paragraphs.

What is the difference between single and double spacing in a document?

Double spacing refers to the amount of space that shows between the individual lines of your paper. When a paper is single-spaced, there is very little white space between the typed lines, which means there is no room for marks or comments.

How do I remove white spaces in Word?

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