The addition of space between individual characters or numerals. See also tracking.
Extra space between characters.
In typesetting, adding space between letters.
Adjustment of the interletter space within words so as to achieve equal optical space, or sometimes line justification.
The additions of space between letters.
In Typography, involves the amount of space between individual letters and punctuation characters.
In typography, the space between typeset letters or other characters.
The spacing between characters or letters on a line of type, also called tracking.
the addition of space between the letters of words to increase the line-length to a required width or to improve the appearance of a line.
Adjusting the average distance between letters in a block of text to fit more or less text into the given space or to improve legibility. Kerning allows adjustments between individual letters; letterspacing is applied to a block of text as a whole. Letterspacing is sometimes referred to as tracking or track kerning.
The addition of thin spaces between the letters in order to achieve the desired appearance of text, and increase legibility.
The addition of space between typeset letters.
The placing of additional space between each letter of a word.
Small amounts of extra space inserted between letters in typeset text, to improve their appearance and readability or to fill out a line.