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Is there an easy way to have my whole document with a space between paragraphs rather than indentation?

I would not indent all paragraph of my document. instead putting \noindent at the beginning of the paragraph how can i do in a easy and fast way? there is maybe a package that helps me to do that?


I suggest you load the parskip package. It sets (i) \parindent to 0 and (ii) \parskip -- the extra whitespace between paragraphs -- to a non-zero ("glue" or strechable) length. If you have no indentation at the start of paragraphs, it's generally considered a must to increase the separation between paragraphs. Otherwise, readers may be quite unsure at times where a paragraph break occurs. In addition, the package also adjusts the vertical spacing between items of a list environment.

  • If this is the answer, the question is a duplicate. – doncherry Jul 14 '12 at 15:10
  • @doncherry -- you're right. I failed to follow the link in your comment before providing this answer. Sorry. – Mico Jul 14 '12 at 15:12

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