Ans. M4

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Of course, you may control the spacing using the command \baselineskip. The syntax is:

  \baselineskip=??pt

Instead of ??, you may use skip. For example:

  \baselineskip=12pt

However, please note that this should be given within a group or inside an environment. Otherwise it will affect the spacing of the rest of the paragraphs. If you want to use it for just one paragraph, then:

  \bgroup
 
  \baselineskip=12pt
 
  Here goes the para......
  .......................
 
  \egroup

For controlling the spacing between the rows in the table, you have to use a package called array.sty in the preamble:

  \usepackage{array}

then, just before \begin{tabular}, please use:

  \advance\extrarowheight-??pt

Instead of ??, please give the value. For example:

  \begin{table}
    \caption{Here goes the table caption}
    \advance\extrarowheight-5pt
    \begin{tabular}{ll}
    \hline
      aa & bb\\
    \hline
      cc & dd\\
      ee & ff\\
    \hline
    \end{tabular}
  \end{table}
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