The spacing between lines of text. In DTP programs this can be fixed at a specific size, or relative to the font size, or in terms of leading. Note Professional Page calculates both leading and line spacing from the baseline to the baseline of any two lines of text.
The distance between succeeding lines of text when printed on a page. In other words, the line spacing is the distance from the top of the characters on one line to the top of the characters on the next line.
Typographic term used to describe distance from letter baseline to letter baseline in blocks of text. Also called leading.
output: The distance from the baseline of one line of text to the baseline of the next, measured in points (1/72nd of an inch). This term is a more computer-like replacement for the printer's term "leading".
The vertical gap between lines of text. The most appealing (from the reader standpoint) is 11/2 spaces rather than the usual double space.
The amount of space that separates lines of type. The measurement from the baseline of one line of type to the baseline of the type immediately below it.
separation between lines of type, sometimes called leading. Normal spacing, and usually the most legible, is 1.0 on word processors.
Also called "leading", this refers to the space between the text lines. During the customization process, you can increase or decrease the space between the lines by clicking on the line spacing link on the customization pages.
The vertical distance between lines of type, from baseline to baseline
The amount of vertical spacing, expressed in points, from the baseline of one line of text to the baseline of the next line.
The distance between two lines of text, measured from baseline to baseline.
The vertical distance between two lines of type, measured from base line to base line. For example, 10/12 indicates 10-point type with 12 points base to base (that is, with 2 points of leading).
a software feature you use to adjust the blank space between lines of type
(See Inter-line spacing.)