[OS X TeX] Q: getting a layout optimized for screen reading?

Morten Høgholm morten.hoegholm at latex-project.org
Wed Apr 20 10:18:00 EDT 2005

On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 18:52:18 -0700, Michael McCracken  
<michael_mccracken at mac.com> 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.
> pdfscreen seems like it is almost what I want, but it has a lot of  
> features I don't want - I'm not interested in a control panel,  
> background colors, or any other presentation features.
> I want to be able to use the article source without modifying it, and  
> get a PDF that won't require scrolling vertically on a wide-screen  
> laptop.
> Ideally, it'd display 3 columns for each page, and have each page be in  
> portrait orientation with an aspect ratio that'll fit nicely on a screen:
> a 4:3 aspect ratio is probably best, although if I could get that and  
> 13:9 also, that'd be great.

Try fiddling with the settings of this example.

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