From: Doug Schwarz <>
Newsgroups: comp.soft-sys.matlab
Subject: Re: How can I change the space between multiline title ?
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2013 13:12:44 -0500
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In article <kdmi1l$kn9$>,
 "Will Fonseca" <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have the following title:
>     h = title({'Frequency vs. Beampattern - GA Array ' ; 'Plane Wave on 
>     Cylinder (Free-Field) - \phi_{in}=90^{\circ}'},...
>     'FontWeight','bold',...
>     'FontSize',11,...
>     'FontName','Palatino Linotype');
> However, the lines are too close, hence I need some extra line spacing.
> Does anyone know how to do it ?
> Thanks,
> Will

You can make a line of text taller than it normally would be by 
inserting a large, zero-width character.  To do that, append this string 
onto whichever line you want to be taller:

  tall_str = sprintf('\\fontsize{20}\b');

where you can use any font size you'd like.  Essentially what this does 
is append a backspace character (ASCII 8), which has no width, to your 

I tested this on a Mac, not sure if it'll work elsewhere.

Doug Schwarz
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