It means more than the single line spacing. If the line spacing was 20 points, it would be 23 points.
What is 10 point line spacing?
You are used to points when you change the size of the text. You might not know that 72 points equals 1 inch. 10 points is 0.138888888889 inches.
What is 15 point line spacing?
Line spacing can be measured in points. When text is double spacing, the line spacing is high. Setting 12-point text with 15-point spacing gives you enough space for the text to fit in.
What is 12 point line spacing?
The line spacing affects the spacing of the paragraphs. Say you’re using a 12 point style for the text in your paragraph. The space between lines is 12 points if you choose single line spacing. The space between the lines will be 24 points if you choose double spacing.
How many points is 1.5 spacing?
The first line has 21 points per line.
What does 1.5 spaced mean?
Half of a single spacing is called 1.5 spacing. Imagine a notebook that is ruled. The distance between those lines would be determined by single spacing. If you increased the gap by half of the original size, it would be 1.5 spacing.
How do I do 1.5 spacing in Word?
- The menu bar has format on it.
- You can select a paragraph. There is a Paragraph dialog box.
- You can click the Indents and Spacing tab.
- Select single, 1.5, or double spacing in the line spacing drop-down menu. The default is single spacing.
- Click OK.
Sometimes it is hard to read when the lines of text are closer together when you reduce the leading. You can use the At Least, Exactly, and Multiple options in the Paragraph dialog box to modify your line spacing.
Is 1.5 considered double spacing?
Half-way in between is 1/2 less than double line spacing. Zero line spacing means that two lines are right on top of each other. Word’s default is single line spacing and double line spacing.