In latex, one can use the command
\newpage to skip to a new page.
Is there a similar method of skipping to the next half way point in a page? (Whether this be halfway down the current page or just create a new page.)
To explain this more fully, I am writing an "Acknowledgements" page. This is appended at the end of my document, so I have used
\newpage to start a new page for the Acknowledgements section.
I have put a few lines in there thanking various people, so have used about a quarter of a page.
I now wish to start half-way down the page and add an "in memory of" note.
How can I do this?
One possible method may be to insert a list of newlines?
Thanks to ... // // // // // // // // // In memory of ...
But I'm hoping there is a better way to skip several lines?