Wish you had told what software you are using to make this document because it is going to vary from program to program.
If you are using a program that has the ability to "Find and Replace" then you can do the double spacing between words.
First, type the document using a single pace between word. Once done, use the Find and Replace to go through the document and replace everywhere that there is a space with two spaces. That will "double space" all your words.
Depending on the program you are using, there may be an easier way to do this. But since we do not know the program, we have no guess.
Note that the process "geek squad" gave you for Word will give you more space between each word. But it does not actually put "twice spaces" in between the words. If you only need to "look" double spaced, his method is great. If you need there to actually be two physical "space" characters between each words, you have to use my method.
Thank you for reaching out to us about your most recent inquiry. Double spacing seems to be a standard as of late with schools, so hopefully this reaches you in time to try out to see if this works on your setup.
1.Select the text that you want to change.
2.On the Home tab, click the Font Dialog Box Launcher, and then click the Advanced tab. …
3.In the Spacing box, click Expanded or Condensed, and then specify how much space you want in the By box.
Here is another link that could help you out also, should my first 1-3 not work out for you:
Best of luck and hopefully this helps you out!
Geek Squad Agent JJA
you could type the document normally, then do a find and replace of all spaces with two spaces. you would just hit the space bar in the 'find' option and hit it twice in the 'replace with.'
Press the spacebar twice each time.