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oh thank you! We are currently working in StrEE&T Talk - the latest one saved. This is an internal distribution only. It is being opened in MS Outlook across the organization. Or phones, tables, etc.
I made a copy of your mailing named Emma Testing and manually applied the line height of 1.3 to each text block. I reran the test and am no longer seeing that inconsistency in the spacing between your headers and subheaders - everything is looking flush. Please send yourself a test from my copy and let me know if everything looks good. You are welcome to rename my copy and use that version.
THanks Emily. Unfortunately, it's still doing it. See below.
So the space is inherent to the styling you've applied. If you want to avoid the extra space, you can type your entire email using paragraph and hard returns (holding shift and return at the same time) instead of paragraph returns. Then, you can go back and format your headers and sub headers by applying font and styling using the toolbar instead of selecting a header style.
I hope that helps! Let me know if you have any questions!