What's the difference between" as follows" and "as below" ?

I assume in case of as follows, the next related sentence ( information ) must begin after "as follows:"
while there is such necessity in case of "as below".

Thank you.
New Member19
I agree with your assessment, if you mean "there is no such necessity."

- A.
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Anonymous:
Avangi,

Thank you very much. ( Sorry I meant no necessity..)

Yury
Avangi,

Thank you very much for you rreply
Sorry for my incorrect writing. ( I meant no such necessity... )

Yury
You're welcome. Not to worry.
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Anonymous:
Agreed
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