
#1
Sep2711, 06:23 PM

PF Gold
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I'm not totally sure this is the right place to put this but here goes. I am using a thesis package from a different university for my thesis and I am having an issue with the line spacing.
The vertical spacing between equations is a bit much. How exactly can I change this spacing for the equations for the whole document? The gap, I assume, should be about the same gap as the spacing between lines of normal text. 



#2
Sep2711, 06:41 PM

Mentor
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There are two ways of doing this. The easiest is by putting in your preamble
\linespace{factor} where factor is a number. 1.0 is normal. 1.3 is oneandahalf spacing and 1.6 is double spacing. And so on. So condider putting in \linespace{0.7} or similar. You could also put in the package \usepackage{setspace} Then you can use commands like \singlespacing \onehalfspacing \doublespacing \setstretch{1.1} If you have acces to the .sty package of your package, then change one of these factors. 



#3
Sep2711, 06:48 PM

PF Gold
P: 7,125

I found the area in the style package where they changed the spacing for eqnarray and I deleted it like a boss. I'm so smrt.



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