Incorrect joins and letter/word spacing

Sometimes the text is spread out so that the letters don’t join properly. Why?

If the letter spacing in your application has changed, the altered spacing between words and letters will destroy the fully cursive writing. The most common example of changed spacing is the justification of text in word processors. Making sure the spacing is normal will resolve this issue.

Some word processors justify text by increasing the spacing between letters rather than the spacing between words. The solution is to use left, right or centred justification rather than full (or forced) justification.