How do I change the spacing between sentences in Word?

How do I change the spacing between sentences in Word?

Change the line spacing in a portion of the document

  1. Select one or more paragraphs to update. ...
  2. Go to Home > Line and Paragraph Spacing.
  3. Select Line Spacing Options and choose an option in the Line spacing box.
  4. Adjust the Before and After settings to change spacing between paragraphs.
  5. Select OK.

What is computer line spacing?

Line spacing determines the amount of vertical space between lines of text in a paragraph. By default, lines are single-spaced, meaning that the spacing accommodates the largest font in that line, plus a small amount of extra space.

What is the spacing between lines of text?

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.

How far apart do you plant shrubs?

Shrubs grow well when spaced about one half the spread of a mature plant. For example, if your mature shrub is 4 feet wide, then it is safe to plant it 2 feet from the widest part of another shrub. Keep shrubs at least 2 to 4 feet from the house or other buildings.

How do you measure shrub spacing?

You will find a space between plants and a space between rows. Divide the width of the garden by the space between rows and the length of the garden by the space between plants. This will give you the number of spaces with which you can plant.

How far apart do I plant perennials?

Most perennials benefit from division after 3-5 years. If you can't find information about a specific plant, a general rule is to space small perennials 6-12 inches apart, 2-3-foot-tall perennials 12-18 inches apart, and taller perennials 18-36 inches apart.