How do I use the spacer function in the blocks?

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DeanB72840
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I am not sure what the spacer function does and how to use it. Additionally, I would like to change the line spacing in a paragraph without changing all the sentences. How would I do that?

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William_A
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Hello @DeanB72840 ,

 

Spacers are meant purely for the sake of adding additional empty space between sections, mainly as an aesthetic / readability element. Their use, and how large they are, is 100% dependent on the rest of your email's layout, content, etc.

 

Line spacing will affect everything within a text block. If you want separate line spacing for different paragraphs, I'd recommend setting up separate text blocks.


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William A
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William_A
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Hello @DeanB72840 ,

 

Spacers are meant purely for the sake of adding additional empty space between sections, mainly as an aesthetic / readability element. Their use, and how large they are, is 100% dependent on the rest of your email's layout, content, etc.

 

Line spacing will affect everything within a text block. If you want separate line spacing for different paragraphs, I'd recommend setting up separate text blocks.


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William A
Community & Social Media Support
DeanB72840
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Thank you for your answers.  It was helpful.

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