How to Double Space in Word

How skilled are you at text formatting? If you are using Word for business or school purposes, you should know how to format your document properly. Content does matter, but the way it is presented in a document is equally important. A well formatted document is easier for reading and reviewing. If you need to send your Word document to your boss or teacher for a review, double check if your text was formatted well. Here you will learn how to double space in Word and have your text presented in a more visible way.


What do you mean by double spaced?

Double space refers to the text formatting option in Microsoft Word, that actually makes space between text lines. For instance, if you want to use the printed version of a Word document, it would be better to make wider space between lines so you write comments under specific part of the text. Also, when there is double space between the lines, your text will be easier to read.


How do you double space words in Word?

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How to Delete a Page in Word

No matter how often do you use Microsoft Word, you have probably encountered the following problem at least once. Even though it sounds pretty easy to solve, it is always frustrating when you need to delete a page in Word, especially when it is a blank page. So how to delete a page in Word document?

There are different ways to do that and you can choose the right one depending on the position of your (blank) page. A (blank) page can usually be found at the end of the document, but also in the middle of it. Blank pages usually emerge when you make a page break or when your document contains empty paragraphs which you don’t see. Before you start removing the page you should figure out why the blank page is showing up.


You don’t know why the blank page appears


Follow this short tutorial to discover why there are blank pages in your document:

Use keyboard commands CTRL+SHIFT+8  to have the paragraph marks turned on, or click the Show/Hide ¶ option on the right top side of the Home tab. Continue reading >>