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The letters appear to be “stretched out” because the font used with \tiny is so designed; the warning is just a reminder that you are overriding the default. But the main point is that tracking must be explicitly enabled with \lsstyle: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[ paperwidth=2.125in, paperheight=2.75in, top=.2in, ...


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You could use microtype. Well, you should obviously use this anyway, in most cases, but you could also use it to increase the spacing around punctuation. However, I don't think you can alter kerning pairs this way - all you can do is add kerning before or after every occurrence of a particular character. For example: \documentclass{article} ...



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