Creating Blank Spaces when Printing

Is there a way to create a blank space when printing a recipe?

Yes, you can use the Enter key on your keyboard to create blank lines in directions, notes, serving ideas, etc. Those blank lines will not be ignored.

If you want to insert a blank row in the ingredients, insert a blank row. Then place your cursor within the ingredient data field of the new row and use the Spacebar key on your keyboard to input a blank space so the data field contains something. Since it now contains something (a blank space), it will not be ignored when printing. Some users insert a dash or plus sign instead. The empty ingredient line needs to contain something.

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