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I have a document with line spacing 1.5. But I want the footnotes line spacing 1. How could I do this? I tried the package setspaces but does not allow me this option.

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The package you need to load for the purpose at hand is called setspace, not setspaces. After loading it, you can issue the command

\onehalfspacing

to set up one-and-one-half line-spacing in the main body of the text; text in footnotes will remain single-spaced.

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