Use \linespread{1.3} for \"one and a half\" line spacing, and \linespread{1.6} for \"double\" line spacing. If unusual sizes are used the fix-cm package should be loaded. Increase font size. If it is None it will use ... Change the … There is another package, called "doublespace" which will usually work exactly the same way as setspace. There are also macro packages that change only one of the text fonts, but provide additional features such as scaling. To change the font size in HTML, use the style attribute. The LaTeX font encodings guide names the OML encoding TeX math italic and defines:. If you want to use larger inter-line spacing in a document, you can change its value by putting thecommand into the preamble of your document. The attribute is used with the HTML