# vspace or line space in text of wrap fig

I am using wrap fig and want to insert a line break within the text. However, \vspace or \linebreak or \break don't lead to any change.

Here is a sample of my LaTeX code

\begin{figwindow}[0,r,%
{\includegraphics[height=2in]{PascoSynthesizer.eps}},%
{\label{fig:label} Caption
}]
\textbf{Electronic Output}:\\
A sum of nine harmonics of sine waves with a\\ fundamental of 440 Hz plus a second output of the fundamental. \\
\vspace{0.3in}
\textbf{Controls:}\\
\end{figwindow}

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 Please always post complete (small) document showing packages used the wrapfig package does not define a figwindow environment, so your title and tag do not match your example. – David Carlisle Feb 1 at 9:54

picinpar is quite an old package with several restrictions, a newer package for these kind of inserts is wrapfig however you can force a space by adding a blank line with a strut (or a rule of a specified height if you need finer control).

\documentclass[a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{picinpar}
\usepackage[demo]{graphicx}

\begin{document}
\begin{figwindow}[0,r,%
{\includegraphics[height=2in]{PascoSynthesizer.eps}},%
{\label{fig:label} Caption
}]
\noindent
\textbf{Electronic Output}:\\
A sum of nine harmonics of sine waves with a\\
fundamental of 440 Hz plus a second output of the fundamental.\\
\strut\\
\textbf{Controls:}
\end{figwindow}
\end{document}

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 Success: the line \strutt\\ worked to produce a linespace. the inclusion of [demo] caused problems and was omitted. GREAT GRATITUDE!! – Leon Gunther Feb 4 at 2:25 demo makes includegraphics just use a black square instead of the picture you should use it when posting examples because we have not got the file PascoSynthesizer.eps so can not run the code otherwise. Also in questions please post complete documents as in this answer not fragments that can not be run. – David Carlisle Feb 4 at 8:20 Thanks for the explanation of demo! – Leon Gunther Feb 7 at 2:23

I guess you have to check your preamble. If I use:

 \documentclass[a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{picinpar}
\usepackage{graphicx}


and then your code, everything runs well, as you can see from the screenshot below (or isn't this the desired output?):

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 Thanks for your response. I do have what you show above. What I need is to add a line space between '... fundamental.' and 'Controls' – Leon Gunther Feb 1 at 13:59