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When using the Equation Editor, you can control the spacing that the Equation Editor establishes between a division line and the denominator (the part of the equation below the division line). This spacing is defined as the distance between the division line and the baseline for the denominator. You enter the spacing as a percentage of the normal spacing between these baselines. Thus, if you enter a value of 75%, the spacing is decreased by 25 percent from the normal spacing. You set this adjustment value as follows:
Figure 1. The Spacing dialog box.
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