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Another LaTeX doc question: How do say this?... Ok, In a Word document I would just hit the enter key and I can write on a new line. In latex, on the other had, it doesn't start a new line for me.

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In latex, you start a new line by writing this `\[\text{1st Line}\]\[\text{2nd Line}\]` It will look like this afterwards: \[\text{1st Line}\]\[\text{2nd Line}\]
new line in LATEX `use \\` example `\( a= b+c \\ a-b=c\)` gives \( a= b+c \\ a-b=c\)
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How about space between paragraphs?
Matter of fact, maybe you can use @hartnn's methods to do that: `\[\text{1st Line} \\ \space \\ \text{3rd Line}\]` \[\text{1st Line} \\ \space \\ \text{3rd Line}\]
oh I see. Cool, thanks!

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