Line Spacing in Word 2013

Any way to make the line spacing in word 2013 less than 1 inch?  Pretty much no gap between lines of text (sentences) ..

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mvalencia2003Asked:
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Ankit PareekOnline MarketingCommented:
Just follow these steps
Go to Home
Now click on Line and Paragraph setting
Click to Line spacing option
See three option General, Indentation and spacing
choose spacings and you show the option at set manually space less then one inch you should be keep its above .5 inch

Refer this link for more help
support.office.com/en-in/article/Change-the-line-spacing-615b5334-d7cb-4c8c-9a4b-1b771ecf4f8b
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
Unless you redefine the Normal paragraph style in your document, the technique described above will only change the spacing of the current paragraph.

Since most of the styles in a given document are based on the Normal style, when you change the Normal style, all the styles based on Normal will automatically inherit the new spacing.

To keep the spacing dynamic, then it is best to modify the Before and After spacing values rather than changing the Line spacing value.Para Spacing
When one paragraph is modified, use the Styles pane to update all occurrences of the same style.Display Styles
Select the style in the list and select Update xxx to match selection (Heading 1 in my example):Modify style
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