Sway carriage return

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I'm struggling with unhelpful line breaks on a title page and, after a Bing search, found that users were requesting this (as carriage return) as far back as 2016/17.  Is there any progress or workaround?  I've resorted to adding additional spaces in the desktop view, but a change of device (to mobile, for instance) makes the gap obvious and sometimes adds another break.  A solution similar to that in Excel would be great.  Thanks.

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