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Chapter 7. Space Inside Boxes > Using the Word-Spacing Property

Using the Word-Spacing Property

To make the text appear slightly more open or dense, or to waste or gain some space, use the word-spacing property to specify the amount of space to be added or subtracted from the normal word spacing. Figure 7.6 shows an example of text with normal word spacing and the same text with extra word spacing and less word spacing. Increasing or decreasing the distance between words should be done in moderation. Generally, only small changes should be made if your intention is to improve readability.

Figure 7.6. Three different levels of word spacing: (a) normal; (b) more than normal word spacing; (c) less than normal word spacing.



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