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Depending on the actual program you are using it will be under similar titles to these: With MS Office 2003 you should go to format --> Paragraph--> Indents and Spacing (tab) then select your line spacing. Most doccuments are considered "normal" when they are double spaced. In MS Office 2007 the titles are similar yet not quite the same. I am not positive what the precise titles are under 2007, or any other word processing programs, but they are typically intuitive once you know the context of one.
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