Letterspacing, or tracking, is the uniform adjustment of the space between letters of a font. Not to be confused with kerning.

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Disabling interword spacing for periods following capital letters

By default, LaTex inserts a longer, intersentence space after a period. The exception is if the period follows a capital letter, in which case an interword space is assumed. This thread describes ...
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fully stretch text horizontally on page

Is there a way to fully stretch one line of text on the full width of the page, without manually setting the letter spacing, no matter how many characters on the line?
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lstlisting with c++: spaces around scope resolution operator

I am having a hard time to make the output of lstlisting for c++ source look good. Currently, I am stuck with a problem to reduce the amount of space around the scope resolution operator ::. See the ...
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Letterspacing memoir section headers

I'd like to add letterspacing to the \section commands with \setsecheadstyle in a memoir book. I tried using soul: \sodef\soSection{}{.1em}{.5em plus.1em}{.1em plus.1em minus.1em} ...
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Letterspacing, Minion Pro, and Tufte-LaTeX (problem with running header)

I'm trying to use Minion Pro with the Tufte-LaTeX class. Basically, I've got it working, but I have a problem with letterspacing the small caps for the running header. Rather than appearing in small ...
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How can I get Sperrsatz?

Sperrsatz is a special kind of emphasis often used in combination with blackletter fonts. A word in Sperrsatz has 0.125 em spaces between its characters, but some ligatures are preserved. For example: ...