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Add blank line after paragraph in Word?

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I want to add an actual blank line after all paragraphs in a Word doc (Office 2010). I know all about setting the Paragraph spacing, but that's not what I want. I need an actual blank line, as if I had hit Enter twice.

The reason is that I need to copy multiple pages into email, and when I do this, the Word paragraph space formatting either goes away (plain text) or goes awry (rich text). I find that the only way I can do this and make it look good, is to manually add a blank line after each paragraph.

If anyone knows how to do this, please let me know.

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One way I know is using the underline function and us the tab key to the desired length of the line you want.
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