How do you make two lines in Word?

How to Put Multiple Lines on a Word DocumentClick the “Format” button, then “Borders and Shading” on the Standard Toolbar. Click the diagram or one of the buttons in the “Preview” window, where you want to insert the line. Click “Options” In the “Borders and Shading” window, to position line distance from the text.

How do you make a double line?

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What is a good size font?

Resume fonts & sizes:The most common font to use is Times New Roman, in black and size 12 points.Other serif fonts (with tails) to consider that are easy to read include: Georgie, Bell MT, Goudy Old Style, Garamond.Popular sans serif (no tails) fonts include Arial, Tahoma, Century Gothic, and Lucida Sans.

How do I choose a font size?

As always, it’s best to pick a size for your body font first. Make sure it’s large enough to read easily at an arm’s length, but not too large – you don’t want it to overwhelm the page. A good rule of thumb or body font size is 10-14 pt for print, 14-18 pt for screen.

What is the standard text size?

An easily legible font size for longer body text as used in magazines and books usually ranges between 8 and 12 points. To narrow down further, you have to know which font is used to make a reliable statement.