swteach says we should no longer have to use two spaces after a period.
I strongly prefer a larger space between sentences than between words. However, I can't find any way of achieving that in Word, short of using two spaces after the period. What I'd really like is some way of controlling the inter-sentence spacing specifically, rather than relying on using multiple space characters.
Note: in the grammar checker you can set it to raise an error flag if your sentences *don't* have the number of spaces you prefer (either one or two), but this isn't what I'm talking about. I'd like to type a period and a space, but have the resultant gap a bit larger than a normal space character.
Does swteach - or anyone else - know how to control the spacing between sentences?
(Note: this post is typed with two spaces after each sentence. I honestly believe it makes it easier to read than single-spaced sentences like those in swteach's post.)
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