At 16:21 22/07/2022 +0100, Séamas Ó Brógáin wrote:
I have a long and fairly complex document, with
numerous styles. My problem is that a small
amount of visual line-spacing is being added
between paragraphs, which I do not want. I was
defining line-spacing in paragraph styles ...
Is this a fault in the program, I wonder, ...
... or is there something I can do?
A few thoughts:
o Do you have unintended empty paragraphs
(created by pressing Enter again) between
paragraphs? Display non-printing characters to reveal if this is the case.
o You talk of adjusting line spacing, but there
are also "Above paragraph" and "Below paragraph"
settings under Spacing. Have you got those set to zero?
o Note that paragraph properties override
paragraph style properties. So if you have
spacing above or below set in some or all of your
paragraphs' own properties, this will show
despite the style definitions. Select all
relevant paragraphs (you can do this together)
and use Format | Paragraph... | Indents & Spacing
| Spacing (or right-click | Paragraph... |
Indents & Spacing | Spacing) and set "Above
paragraph" and "Below paragraph" there to zero.
I trust this helps.
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