[OS X TeX] Q: getting a layout optimized for screen reading?
cgoedde at condor.depaul.edu
Wed Apr 20 10:00:30 EDT 2005
On Apr 19, 2005, at 8:52 PM, Michael McCracken wrote:
> Hi, can anyone give me advice on generating a screen-optimized PDF of
> an article?
> I would like to be able to produce versions of articles that are
> easier to read on screen.
I don't know about three-column output; I'm sure there's a package that
will do that somewhere.
If you use dvips, then you can easily get any aspect ratio you want.
For example, the two lines
will give you four inches of vertical text on a 8.5in x 6in page, that
TeXShop will gladly turn into a pdf of those dimensions. I do something
similar to this for my class notes. (And I don't think I've done
anything else to make this happen...)
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