Exploring the new Word 2010 paragraph spacing


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Exploring the new Word 2010 paragraph spacing

New to Word 2010 is a handy little feature called Paragraph Spacing. It's listed underneath of the Change Styles dialog box. Now, take a look at this document. It's using the Word 2010 style set. Beginning in Word 2007, the default spacing for documents, and most quick style sets, is 1.15 to give the document more white space ,and it makes it easier to read on a screen. The default spacing in Word 2003 is 1.0 between lines, with no spacing between paragraphs.

Let's select the Word 2003 style set. So go to Change Styles > Style Set, and choose Word 2003. Now you could see the difference between the two. If you use Word 2003, you may have noticed a difference in newer versions and that you no longer have to press the Enter key when inserting a new paragraph. Word automatically puts an empty line between paragraphs for you. Different style sets utilize different paragraph and line spacing along with different formatting options.

For example, select the Manuscript style Set. Go up...

Exploring the new Word 2010 paragraph spacing
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Exploring the new Word 2010 paragraph spacing provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2010: Styles in Depth

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