You can adjust the line spacing in a paragraph to be more tight, or more open. Place your cursor in the paragraph, and click Home > Line and Paragraph Spacing.
I'm formatting my resume and I want to adjust the spacing.
I can adjust the spacing between lines within a single paragraph of text.
I place my cursor anywhere in the paragraph, and then,
I go to the Home tab and I click this tool, Line and Paragraph Spacing.
I click the down arrow to see my choices.
By pointing to the various options, I can see what this will look like before I select it.
I can adjust the line spacing in my paragraph to be more tight, or more open.
For example, I may want to change it from single spacing to 2.0 for double spacing
or 3.0 for triple line spacing.
If I don't like the way this looks,
then I can also always redo it and select a different option in the same way.
Or I can undo my changes by pressing Ctrl+Z.
And that's it.
Up next, I'll show you another way when I adjust the spacing before and after a paragraph.