by Allen Wyatt
(last updated August 24, 2019)
When using the Equation Editor, you can control the spacing it uses between elements of your equation. You enter this spacing as an adjustment to the normal spacing between letters, which is a percentage of the regular spacing. Thus, 150% would be half again as much spacing as normally exists between elements. You set this adjustment as follows:
Figure 1. The Spacing dialog box.
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