Character spacing is the spacing between characters in the text. You can choose between: Condensed, Normal, and Expanded character spacing.

The examples of various character spacings:

letter_spacing

You can select the character spacing type using the Command menu or the Toolbar.

To change the character spacing type using the Command menu:

1.Select the text or cell you want to change the character spacing of.

If you need to change the character spacing for one word, select this word. Or place the pointer on this word.

If you need to change the character spacing for a text fragment in a cell, select the text where you want to apply the changes.

If you need to change the character spacing for the text in one or multiple cells, select these cells.

If you need to change the character spacing for the text in one or multiple cells or columns, select these cells or columns.

2.On the Command menu, select Format > Fonts > Character Spacing.

3.In the opened sub-menu, select the desired character spacing type.

To change the character spacing type using the Toolbar:

1.Select the text or cells you want to change the character spacing of as described above.

2.On the Toolbar, select the <%T_CHARACTER%> section and click the t_more button.

3.Select the desired character spacing type:

editor_spacing_condenced_icon (Condensed)

editor_spacing_normal_icon (Normal)

editor_spacing_expanded_icon (Expanded)

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