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How do you increase line spacing in OneNote

Discussion in 'Microsoft OneNote' started by rochester tech teacher, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. rochester tech teacher

    rochester tech teacher Flightless Bird

    Sometimes you need to increase the linespacing in a note. I have racked my
    brain and can't figure it out. There must be a simple solution
     
  2. mikeatdsc

    mikeatdsc Flightless Bird

    The line spacing option is available on the Lists tool. If you go to the Format menu and then select Lists a window will appear with two options, one is horizontal spacing and the other is vertical spacing. Within the Vertical Spacing section you can adjust the space above the list (paragraph), between the list items and/or the space after the list.

    HTH


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  3. djprius

    djprius Flightless Bird

    On 3/9/2010 12:33 PM, mikeatdsc wrote:
    > The line spacing option is available on the Lists tool. If you go to
    > the Format menu and then select Lists a window will appear with two
    > options, one is horizontal spacing and the other is vertical spacing.
    > Within the Vertical Spacing section you can adjust the space above
    > the list (paragraph), between the list items and/or the space after
    > the list.
    >
    > HTH


    You described the navigation in OneNote 2007. In OneNote 2010 Beta
    the path is:
    Home [tab] | Basic Text [group] | Paragraph Alignment (lower right
    in group) | Paragraph Spacing Options (from drop-down menu)

    However, I find that changing the setting applies to the current
    paragraph *only*. How does one make it apply to the entire page?

    David
     

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