Sometimes, as a result of unsuccessful use of formatting commands or after converting texts from one standard to another, the intervals between words become too large or uneven.
This defect significantly spoils the overall impression of the text document and needs to be corrected.
You can do this using the capabilities of the word processor itself.
If the interval between words is required to be removedIn the most radical way, that is, to reduce it to zero, it means the need to remove from the text signs that separate words - spaces. You can do this using the search and replace dialog. Usually, to call this dialog box, the hotkey combination ctrl + r or ctrl + h is intended. Enter a space in the "Find" field, and leave the "Replace with" field blank. After that, click the "Replace All" button and the text editor will destroy Intervals Between words.
If Intervals Have different sizes, the reason may beIn that the formatting command "width" is applied to the text. This means that the text editor moves words in a line so that the rightmost position is occupied by the last letter of the last word. To do this, he has to increase Intervals Between some words. To undo this alignment in a Microsoft Word word processor, first press ctrl + a, and then ctrl + l.
Sometimes as a result of document conversions fromOne format in another (for example, the text copied in the browser window is inserted into the Word document window), the gaps between words in some text fragments are filled with tabs instead of space characters. Such Intervals Look excessively large and unequal. To bring the intervals back to normal, you need to replace the tab characters with space characters. You can do this, for example, like this: first type one tab character, select it and cut it (ctrl + x). Then open the search and replace dialog (ctrl + r or ctrl + h), paste the contents of the clipboard (tab character) into the Find field, and in the Replace with box, type a space. Then click the "Replace All" button.