Even now this can be an ambiguous question. Are we talking about:
a) adjust spacing between multiple components
b) adjusting space between multiple lines in a single component (like a label)
The first is easily accomplished from the tools at the right end of the Shape Editing Toolbar:
For the second, the answer may as well be “Nope”. The only way to do this would be via HTML. Unfortunately, while CSS support has been improved, line-height still only has a placeholder and no implememtation (for those interested in what CSS attributes are supported, you can look here).
The closest I have ever been able to come has been to use the padding-top attribute to achieve the same result-- sort of.
What it won’t do:
–work on word-wrapped lines.
–bring lines closer together. (Negative numbers for the padding value)
Here is an HTML solution. The only height directive obeyed by the element is the base font size.
Reduce the line height by setting a smaller font size. Then set the font size to be larger in the HTML for the labels.
<html> <span style= "font-size:200%">label text 1</span> <span style= "font-size:100%"> <BR></span> <span style= "font-size:200%">label text 2</span></html>