To adjust the spacing throughout a document, click Design > Paragraph Spacing. And under Built-In, point to the various options for a preview of what’s available.
I've put the final touches on my resume and now I want to adjust the spacing throughout the document.
On the DESIGN tab, I look for Document Formatting
and I click Paragraph Spacing.
Under Built-In, I can point to the various options to see what's available,
for example, I can choose No Paragraph Space.
I can see from this tool-tip that this optional will change the text in my document
to single-spacing and it will remove any Before or After paragraph spacing.
Pointing to the various options gives me this tool-tip and it also
changes my document. I can actually see how choosing this option
will adjust the spacing throughout the document,
for example, I can try Tight to see how that looks.
When I click the selection, my document updates. If I don't like the way it looks,
I can go back and change it or I can press
Ctrl+Z to undo the changes.
One more thing, under Style Set,
I can see the style-set that's in use for this document. Right now, this
document is using the Default style-set. Pointing to the Style Set option
displayed here will show me what happens to the spacing if I re-apply the style.
This is a fast way to revert.
To learn more about line and paragraph spacing, check out the course summary or give it a try.