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How can I change the space between words in LibreOffice?

Something like this (from InDesign):

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No such option exists for word spacing in Libre Office. You can expand the character spacing, but this would also expand the characters, not just the spaces between words.

From taming-openoffice-org.com:

On the Position tab of the Paragraph Style dialog, in the Spacing section, select Expanded spacing and the amount of space to be inserted between characters. You may need to experiment a bit to find the best spacing for the effect you want to achieve.

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You can replace ' ' (single space) with ' ' (Double space). Not a neat idea but still works. At least for me.

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You are right that is not a neat idea. It also doesn't solve the original question. –  Chenmunka Oct 25 '13 at 8:59
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