How to remove space before/after/between paragraphs in Word document?
If the Word document you import or download contains spaces between paragraphs which you want to delete, how can you quickly handle it? In this article, I introduce the tricks on quickly removing space before/after/between paragraphs in Word document.
In Word, to remove space before or after paragraph, you can use the utilities in Line and Paragraph Spacing drop-down list.
1. Select the contents you want to remove space, click Home > Line and Paragraph Spacing to display the drop-down list.
2. Choose Remove Space Before Paragraph or Remove Space After Paragraph options as you need.
With above method, if you want to remove all spaces between paragraphs, you need to click the above two options one by one. In Kutools for Word, you can remove spaces before/after/between paragraphs quickly with one click.
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Tip: If you do not select any contents, this utility will be apply for the whole document.
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