If you notice that your text has excessive or irregular spacing after completing these steps, remove the text formatting by following the procedures below. Then, eliminate the unnecessary spaces and use paragraph and line breaks to make any necessary changes to the content. Line heights of 0 em may result in overlapping text, particularly on mobile devices.
Take away the double line space.
The extra space is most likely incorporated into the style you're using. To resolve the issue, navigate to the Home tab on the ribbon. Control + Click on the name of the style you're using in the styles group. Before and after establishing the line spacing and/or points, make any necessary adjustments.
The distance between lines
Simply proceed to the end of the line and hit enter once. This generally occurs when we do not push enter after the sentence has ended, but instead continue typing "space," and the sentence begins on the following line. This void is caused by a section break.
In a section of the manuscript, change the line spacing.
In a section of the manuscript, change the line spacing. To select all, use CTRL + A. Select Line Spacing Options and fill in the line spacing box with a choice. To modify the spacing between paragraphs, change the Before and After settings. Choose OK. Now when you press Enter, the space will be smaller.
Close the formatting window that you were previously using. Choose "paragraph" from the formatting options. Navigate to the "Indents & Spacing" section. The words "Before text" and "First line" should be visible. To raise or reduce the dangling indent, use the up and down arrow buttons. Select the amount of space you want to add or remove.