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Mysteriously, the line spacing changed from what I thought was a decent looking single spacing to virtually no spacing in a recent, rather long e-mail I was writing. I tried adjusting the font size etc to no avail.
Any suggestions?
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You could try changing between Rich Text and Plain Text and see if that helps.

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