[Tugindia] double spacing

Kapil Hari Paranjape kapil at imsc.res.in
Thu Jul 31 11:52:36 CEST 2003


Manjusha wrote:
> Use of single command will produce dopuble spacing effect.
> \renewcommand{\baselinestretch}{2}
> write this line before \begin{document} i.e. in preamble of the document.
> 2 stands for double spacing by default it is 1.
> One can also have spacing 1.5, .97 etc using same command.
> Arun Devulapalli wrote:
> >i have to submit an assignment which i want to do in LaTeX, but i need 
> >to double space ev,ery word!

The querent wants to double space every word --- like "spaced out" typing.
In other words exrta horizontal space.

The "baseline" streching will put extra vertical space.


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