To adjust the space between lines from a half line to a full line, highlight the lines in your document that you wish to modify to a full line and then click on the italic "T" symbol with a diagonal line through them. The lines that have been highlighted will be double-spaced. To reduce the space back to a half line, repeat the steps above.
If you remember a few keyboard keys, changing the line spacing in a Word document is a breeze: By pressing Ctrl+5, you may adjust the line spacing to 1.5. Ctrl+2 toggles the line spacing to double. Single line spacing is achieved by pressing Ctrl+1. There is no need to manually change the line spacing using the Properties dialog.
Take away the double line space.
Click the Paragraph launcher on the Home tab to open the Paragraph dialog box. Navigate to the Indents and Spacing tab. In the Between Lines box, write or pick the amount of space you want between lines of text under Line spacing. For all spaces.
Line spacing should be changed.
Go to Format > Line Spacing > Custom Spacing to change the line spacing. If you want a space between some of your slides, you can do that too. Just select the cells you want to space and set the distance between them.
Line spacing should be adjusted.
Go to Design > Paragraph Spacing and choose Double to double-space the whole manuscript. To double-space only a portion of the text, select the paragraphs to be changed, go to Home > Line and Paragraph Spacing, and pick 2.0. Then click OK.