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How to increase space between lines *on the same sentence*?

Explorer ,
Jul 08, 2021 Jul 08, 2021

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Please look at the image.

Sorry i didn't find search words for this at google.

english isn't my native language.

*the leading button doesnt help for this.

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 08, 2021 Jul 08, 2021
Hi @danezeq  this is not possible in the Characters Panel alone. You also need the Paragraph Panel. Try to do the same (sorry for my German UI)  

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Jul 08, 2021 Jul 08, 2021

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My suspicion, since it shows on bullet items with more than one line, is that the culprit is in paragraph style specifications.

 

Whether it's within Illustrator itself, or, if the text has been placed from another computer application, the source application for the copy, I'm pretty confident that you'll find the leading/line spacing setting that's crashing your type in your example above.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Randy

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i think i've been misunderstood

i need to control over the green space and the red space separately

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Try increasing the leading to 60 (you can type it in). I suspect that your problem is caused by a leading value that is too much smaller than the font size.

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Hi @danezeq 

this is not possible in the Characters Panel alone. You also need the Paragraph Panel.

 

Try to do the same (sorry for my German UI)

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Thanks!

that's exactly what i was looking for.

and i love german, though still don't speak and read it 🙂

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Hi @danezeq 

Typical Leading is Typesize plus two, but can be varied. Overlapping is not okay. Start by changing the leading from 45 to 82 in the Character panel, then adjust.

~ Jane

 

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