[OS X TeX] multipage landscape table and endfloat

William Morris wkmor1 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 23 18:42:55 EDT 2008

Endfloat is a package that basically just sticks all the tables and  
figures at the end of the document instead of in the main text.
Unfortunately endfloat only really recognizes standard table  
environments, but with some tweaking it can be used with longtable and  
the rotating packages. But those two don't work together!!!.
I can get a rotated longtable with the lscape/pdflscape method but  
putting a longtable or normal table inside a landscape environment  
hides the table from endfloat.

Hence my dilemma.

On 24/03/2008, at 6:10 AM, Denis Chabot wrote:

> Le 08-03-23 à 15:00, William Morris <wkmor1 at gmail.com> a écrit :
>> I want to have a multipage table rotated 90 degrees that will place
>> nice with endfloat.
>> Can anybody point me in the right direction?
> Hi William, I don't know what "endfloat" is, but I made a multipage  
> table in landscape format that looked really nice using packages
> \usepackage{pdflscape}
> \usepackage{longtable}
> Because the cells of my table occupied quite a bit of vertical  
> space, the default page breaks did not always agree with me and I  
> added a few manual page breaks. Other than that, I was quite happy.
> Do you need more details?
> Denis

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