Place the cursor between two words or characters that you wish to retain together (there should be no space between these characters). Ctrl + Shift + Spacebar will be pressed. A nonbreaking space is inserted by Word.
You may eliminate extra space between words by using the "find and replace" tool to replace huge gaps with standard ones. By selecting the replace all option, you may remove all unneeded double spaces between words and phrases in a single step.
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. To resolve this issue, you will need to either change the text alignment back to "left" or delete the extra space at the end of the line.
Modify Layout Options:
Here's how to single space in Microsoft Word:
Adjust the space between letters.
Choose the text you wish to alter. Click the Font Dialog Box Launcher on the Home tab, then the Advanced tab. Click Expanded or Condensed in the Spacing box, and then define how much space you want in the By box.
Line height should be double-spaced. This will get rid of any extra space at the end of lines.