Return Microsoft Word to Single-Spacing
If you are using Microsoft Word and it is double-spacing text when you want
it to single-space text, you can hit the Shift
keys simultaneously at the end of lines to get Word to single-space the lines
or you can take the following steps to have all of the text in the document
- Inside the document, hit the Ctrl and A keys
simultaneously to highlight all of the existing text.
- Click on "Format" at the top of the Word window.
- Select "Paragraph".
- Change the line spacing to "single".
- Change the "before" and "after" values to "0 pt".
- Click on "OK".
*Written for Word 2003
There is an ITBusinessEdge
Full Steam Ahead to 10 GbE
, published on April 28 that mentions there
are a lot of advances helping bring 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10 GbE) into the
mainstream. One of those mentioned is 10GBASE-T, which permits the use of
unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cabling. The article states that
"While this technology is still in limited deployment, more vendors and
devices with reduced power requirements are expected by the end of the year."