In this post, Learn how to add a new line to the text displayed with the echo command in a batch file.

For example

Want to print the text in multiple lines

line1
line1

There are multiple ways to break lines in echo text.

You can use echo: to insert the new blank line in the command line output.

multiplelines.bat

@echo off
echo one
echo:
echo two

On running multiplelines.bat in the command line, Output is shown as

one

two

Similarly, replace the above with a single syntax using the & operator.

@echo off & echo one & echo:& echo two

Other alternatives to echo: are below

echo(
echo+
echo,
echo;
echo+

How to echo a multi-line and write to a text file?

using the > symbol outputs to filename

@echo off & echo one & echo:& echo two > multlines.txt