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Spacer

Spacer[w]
displays as a spacer w printer's points wide.
Spacer[{w, h}]
displays as a spacer w points wide and a total of h points high.
Spacer[{w, h, dh}]
makes the spacer extend dh points below the baseline.
Leave 20 printer's points between two letters:
Display a blank space 70 points wide and 50 points high:
Place a spacer 20 points wide and 15 points high in a grid cell:
Leave 20 printer's points between two letters:
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Display a blank space 70 points wide and 50 points high:
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Place a spacer 20 points wide and 15 points high in a grid cell:
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Make the spacer extend 30 points below the baseline:
Use Invisible to display a blank space the same size as a given expression:
Here is the expression in visible form:
Linearly varying spacers:
Quadratically varying spacers:
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