Line spacing is also known as line spacing (pronounced wedding rhyme).
Line spacing or “line spacing” is the space between the baselines of each line of text. Correct line spacing is important because it makes multi-line text easy to read.
Go to home page > Line and Paragraph Spacing. Select the number of line spacings you want, or select Line spacing options, and then select the Spacing options you want.
Kerning adjusts the spacing between any two letters, while tracking affects the spacing for more than two letters.
In typography, kerning is the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font, usually to achieve a visually pleasing result.
Line spacing determines the vertical spacing between lines of text in a paragraph. By default, lines are single-spaced, meaning the spacing accommodates the largest font on that line plus a small amount of extra white space. Paragraph spacing determines the spacing above or below a paragraph.
In general, Word lets you choose between four types of line spacing: single line spacing; 1.5x distance; double spacing or a custom amount, where the numbers refer to the amount of spacing relative to the size of a line.
Word adds spaces between paragraphs whether you like it or not. When you view paragraph marks, you won’t find any additional paragraph marks. This behavior is part of Word’s formatting. When you press Enter to create a new paragraph, Word increases the line spacing to mark the break from one paragraph to another.
Kerning is the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font. Its main purpose is to achieve a visually pleasing result. Kerning adjusts the spacing between individual letterforms, while tracking (letter spacing) adjusts spacing evenly across a range of characters.
The spacing between characters is called kerning.