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What does 'double spacing' mean?

What does "12 point type and 1.5 or double spacing" means and how could I make sure that the template am I using here is complied with this requirement?

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marked as duplicate by David Carlisle, lockstep, Mico, Thorsten, Harish Kumar Aug 20 '12 at 16:24

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If you're really picky about "12pt", Setting a document in MS Word-12pt (12bp) might be of interest to you. –  doncherry Aug 20 '12 at 17:47
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If you have a look into file thesis.tex located in your given link you can see that this thesis.tex fullfill the requirements.

12 pt type means the size of your font for normal text in your document. LaTeX builds the headings with greater fonts automaticly. With "double spacing" is a special distance between two lines of text ment. Have a look to the question marked as duplicate (David Carlisle mentioned it in a noe deleted comment).

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