# [OS X TeX] Date on top of graphic

Richard J Benish rjbenish at teleport.com
Sun Feb 3 02:10:23 EST 2008

Hello Ross,

Well hotdiggitydog!

You know, I was on the verge of  deleting that 3 a couple times, and
I'd guess that eventually I would have done so. But, since I'm sure
you get the big bucks (and because you did) you also get the credit
for solving the problem. :)

Many thanks. My document is now looking very much as I want it to.

Thanks and best regards to everyone who chimed in.

Richard Benish

>Hello Richard,
>
>On 03/02/2008, at 1:04 PM, Richard J Benish wrote:
>
>>Hi Alan,
>>
>>Hoooray! The date is gone.
>>
>>The three is not on the graphic, but at the lower left of the text
>>block on page 2. It's indented about as far as the first lines of
>>the paragraphs are indented.
>
>
>>
>>the indicated velocity, for example, if they were attached to a
>>very tall (rigid,'' yet negligibly massed) pole that projects
>>radially from the source body. The rate of a falling clock has not
>>yet been specified. Dropping'' an object alongside the pole would
>>correspond to disconnecting'' it from the outer envelope
>>
>>\end{multicols}{3}
>
>\end{..environment-name..}  does not take any extra argument,
>so this '3' becomes material to put on the page.
>
>>
>>\end{document}
>
>Hope this helps,
>
>	Ross
>
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