Re: Word spacing (_not_ line spacing) in Frame

Subject: Re: Word spacing (_not_ line spacing) in Frame
From: Bill Burns <WBURNS -at- VAX -dot- MICRON -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 23 May 1995 10:01:00 MDT

Matt replied to Richard's response to an original posting about spacing between
letters in Frame paragraphs:

>>Actually, it has alot to do with "smart spaces" and nothing at all to do
with page 4-21 which deals with line spacing.

Actually, I think it has more to do with the percentage of spread under the
default-font properties in the paragraph design. Open the paragraph
designer and choose Default Font from the properties drop-down menu. At the
bottom of the middle column is a field labeled "Spread." This spacing, I
think, is also referred to as kerning. If you change this percentage from 0
to 5%, you'll notice a pretty significant change in the spacing of the letters
onscreen. For online viewing, 5% seems to be an optimal setting.

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