[OS X TeX] Combining two-columns output with rotation
will.adams at frycomm.com
Wed Nov 29 07:13:02 EST 2006
On Nov 29, 2006, at 3:31 AM, delanoy at math.univ-lyon1.fr wrote:
> I should like my text presented in two columns, and rotated
> (so that the columns will be larger). The best I've found so far is to
> the command \landspace (from package lspace) with the environment
> "multicols" (from package multicol).
> Does anyone have a better idea ?
> One of the drawbacks with my solution is that there is no spacing
> between the two columns.
multicol by default puts space (\columnsep == 10pt) between columns.
Add to or change this to what you need using \addtolength or \setlength
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