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I have need to control line spaces in the certification page that has following format:

Line 1.1
Line 1.2
Line 2.1
Line 2.2
...
Line n.1
Line n.2

(These are short lines.) I need to single space between lines x.1 and x.2 but double space for the rest. I tried putting

Line x.1
\singlespacing
Line x.2

But the gap between 2 lines becomes very big. What's the right way to format this?

Thanks,

  • \begin{singlespace}...\end{singlespace} will limit the effect – user31729 Mar 1 '16 at 19:55
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Use the singlespace environment to limit the effect. There are onehalfspace and doublespace environments as well.

Please note that there's a singlespace* environment as well, which does not add a \vskip\baselineskip at the beginning.

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{setspace}

\begin{document}
\doublespacing
All

is

doublespaced

here
\begin{singlespace}
But

here

only

singlespaced
\end{singlespace}
Double

spacing

again

here



\end{document}

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  • Sweet. that works! Will have to wait a few minutes before accepting though. You're just too fast :) Thanks – chepukha Mar 1 '16 at 20:03
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Or like this?

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\documentclass{article} 

\begin{document}

\begin{verse}
Line 1.1\\
Line 1.2

Line 2.1\\
Line 2.2

Line n.1\\
Line n.2
\end{verse}

\end{document}

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