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When using the Equation Editor, you can input summation and other types of equations that use limits. These limits may appear as characters either above or below the main body of the equation—there may even be additional limit lines. You can control the spacing the Equation Editor uses between multiple limit lines, where the spacing is defined as the distance between baselines for each limit line. The value you specify represents a percentage of the normal spacing that would otherwise be used. Thus, a value of 125% represents a spacing that is 25 percent larger than normal. You can set this adjustment through these steps:
Figure 1. The Spacing dialog box.
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