2016 Style Menu Double to Single Spaced

An update last year to Word 2016 changed the Style Menu list of styles from single-spaced to double-spaced. I was able to able to roll back the update on my personal version, but I would like to change the list to single-spaced on my company's corporate version. How do I do that through Word's interface, without having to roll back and stop future version updates?

 

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Last updated October 19, 2019 Views 17 Applies to:

Hi April,

I'm afraid the best bet is to actually let your company keep up with updates in the hope that Microsoft fixes this. Use the feedback mechanism in Word (under File) and User Voice. Please vote and comment in UserVoice. In both feedback and Uservoice, you can  add a link to this forum thread.
https://word.uservoice.com/forums/304924-word-for-windows-desktop-application/suggestions/35400097-return-styles-pane-to-2013-2007-settings-spacing

To use Word jargon, you are talking about the Styles Pane.

This forum is a user-to-user support forum. I am a fellow user. The people who can make changes to Word do not read this forum, but they do read suggestions in UserVoice and in Feedback.

I hope this information helps.

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Charles Kenyon
Attorney at Law
Madison, Wisconsin
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