Now revealed! Secrets of line spacing in Writer

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Jan 31, 2007 11:24 PM EDT
Linux Journal; By Bruce Byfield
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The fact that Writer is more than a word processor is an open secret. Designed to write long documents, Writer is in many ways a document processor comparable to FrameMaker, suitable for designing books and dissertations while falling short of a complete desktop publishing solution. For this reason, it includes a number of tools for tweaking lines of text, including Tools> Language> Hyphenation and the tools for adjusting character width and letter space for individual characters. However, by far the least understood of these high-end tools is Writer's ability to adjust line-spacing.

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