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Brian Barker wrote:
Rejoice!  This is how all word processors should work.  Countable
spaces exist only in Typewriterland.  With proper type faces, the
space between words is anything from a minimum value up to whatever is
required to range across a line.  The spacebar no longer represents an
actual amount of space but merely indicates a word break in the text. 
If you need to space material differently, you do it properly - using
tabs, tables, frames, or whatever.

I have long been in the habit of putting a double space between
sentences.  I learned that in a typing class, IIRC.  What's the proper
proceedure in LO?

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