The keyboard shortcuts for Cut (CTRL + X), Copy (CTRL + C) and Paste (CTRL + V) are commonly known and used. Did you know that you can also control the line spacing for each paragraph with easy-to-remember keyboard shortcuts? Using the following shortcuts will change the line spacing for the entire paragraph where the cursor is located.
CTRL + 1 Single-spaced lines
CTRL + 2 Double-spaced lines
CTRL + 5 1.5 spaced lines
CTRL + 0 (zero) Add or remove one line space preceding the paragraph
One additional shortcut, CTRL + A, will select the entire document. Using CTRL + A (select all) followed by CTRL +2 will change an entire document from single-spaced to double-spaced lines in a nano-second!
Today’s tip came from the State Bar of Michigan – PMRC Tip of the Week at http://www.michbar.org/pmrc/content.cfm