[OS X TeX] how do you push an array leftwards ?

Frank STENGEL fstengel at mac.com
Fri Sep 29 03:38:37 EDT 2006

Le 29 sept. 06 à 08:22, delanoy at math.univ-lyon1.fr a écrit :

>    Hello all,
>    may I ask a naive question ( I did not find the answer
> in my LaTeX companion, probably because I did not know where
> to look). I have a \tabular that is not displayed completely
> in the PDF because the rightmost part of it falls outside the page.
> I should like to push the array just a little leftwards. Is there
> a TeX parameter defining the  horizontal spacing before a \tabular ?

As far as I can tell there is none. However, there are several hacks  
that can do what you want

1. You could start by centering your array by putting it within a  
center environment (not really what you want but easy)
2. You could supress paragraph indentation as in


which pushes your table to the current left margin

2. You could add negative horizontal space before your array as in


which pushes your table to the left...

Have fun!
Frank STENGEL (fstengel<at>mac.com)

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