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I am working on my CV and using a tabbing environment for this. I want a horizontal line between two sections that are in the same tabbing environment. Right now what I have is the code below, but the problem is that the \ \ after HERE creates a white space that I don't want. If I remove the \ \ , the line follows the text rather than staying below it.

\begin{tabbing}
{\bf text} \hspace{6mm} \= \hspace{2mm} \= more text \hspace{20mm} \= HERE\\
\rule{19.15cm}{0.1mm}
{\bf text} \hspace{6mm} \= \hspace{2mm} \= more text \hspace{20mm} \= even more text
\end{tabbing}

I have tried using negative \vspace like so:

\begin{tabbing}
{\bf text} \hspace{6mm} \= \hspace{2mm} \= more text \hspace{20mm} \= HERE
\vspace{-2mm}
\rule{19.15cm}{0.1mm}
{\bf text} \hspace{6mm} \= \hspace{2mm} \= more text \hspace{20mm} \= even more text
\end{tabbing}

...but this does not work in the tabbing environment. Is there a (preferably simple) way to fix this?

Thank you in advance for your help!

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    Could you please create a complete minimal working example?
    – leandriis
    Mar 4, 2020 at 19:12
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The command \rule[lift]{width}{thickness} can do what you want without using \vspace. Put different values inside the square brackets and get the result desired.

\documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{article}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}

\begin{document}

\begin{tabbing}
{\bf text} \hspace{6mm} \= \hspace{2mm} \= more text \hspace{20mm} \= HERE \\
\rule[20mm]{19.15cm}{0.1mm}\\
{\bf text} \hspace{6mm} \= \hspace{2mm} \= more text \hspace{20mm} \= even more text
\end{tabbing}

\end{document}

Example

Hope it works as you want!

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    Thank you! It works, but this leads to the text on the next line ending up on the right.
    – Dominique
    Mar 6, 2020 at 10:57
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    Just put another \\ at the end of the \rule macro. I updated the answer. Hope it works as you want now! Mar 6, 2020 at 11:39

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