How do you set a Microsoft Word 2007 document with double spacing?
On the main screen, it is next to the buttons for setting writing to the left, center or right of the screen. It is the button the shows 'spaced' lines and has two arrows pointing up and down.
Select your text and click on the icon(button), you should see many options for spacing.
(Sorry if that is vague in any way, I have to work with office in Korean! :-s lol).
Hope it helps
It just simple as:
1. Select the text
2. right click on it
3. select the paragraph bar
4. select line spacing single/double as you want!
On the Home menu go to the far right and click on select, select all; then in the middle of them menu under paragraph click on the button with the up and down arrows, click that and select the spacing you desire. Hope this helps!
That easy step but if you not practise that all guys says it is not easy.
I also had same problem, @Ankandhk solved this problem here!, thanks.
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