How does one increase the height of the rows in a LaTeX table?
To increase the row height in a table you can either increase the
or stretch the row through something like
as Thorsten Donig points out in the above comment.
IMHO, the best way to increase the height and keep the vertical alignment is to add the space when you break the row with
This is an example (I've exaggerated a little with
Note that I've added a column as the last one defined as
I faced similar problem, & found a (not conventional though) simple way to solve it. Wish it will help others too.
I had a table like this-
And, I wanted to put some extra space before the second column-
So, I inserted an extra empty line-
But, now I had put too much space there-
So, I used negative line spacing to reduce it-
Great! everything was perfect-