Double space is text formatting that contains a full blank line between each of the lines as shown in the example below. By default, most programs have single spacing enabled, which is a very small space between each line of text, similar to how this paragraph looks. When double spacing is enabled each space between the lines of text is the full height of a regular line of text, but can be increased or decreased depending on your preference.
To help illustrate what double spacing
looks like. This is an example of what a
document with double spacing would
- How do I double space in Microsoft Word?
- Users looking to double space a text file in a Linux and Unix command line can use the sed command.
Also see: White space