You may have a need to create extra vertical space at certain places in your output. For example, a workbook could allow extra space for writing in answers to questions or exercises. The easiest way to create extra white space is to insert a
literallayout element and add as many blank lines as you need to it. When formatted, the blank lines inside a
literallayout are preserved, so you will get as much extra space as you need.
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