[OS X TeX] 2in1 package for lettersize ALL NEW Thread
Joseph C. Slater PE, PhD
joseph.slater at wright.edu
Mon Nov 3 15:43:53 EST 2008
On Nov 2, 2008, at 10:28 PM, Adam M. Goldstein wrote:
> What about pgfpages? I think by Till Tantau. I use this to make 4-up
> printouts of slides from Beamer. Maybe it does what you want.
Thanks for the suggestion, Adam. I don't think pdfpages is quite what
I'm looking for, as it seems to require a two step process: (1) call
pdflatex on the document I'm working on (2) call pdflatex on a second
small document with a single \includepdf command that inserts the
output of (1) and renders it two pages per sheet. The nice things
about 2in1 is that it creates the 2x1 output directly, enabling you to
preview your output in Skim (or whatever) as you work as usual with C-
c C-c. My hack of 2in1 does that as well, but I just don't know how
to get those page numbers properly centered, as their location doesn't
appear to be controlled by any of the parameters in 2in1.sty.
> On Nov 2, 2008, at 8:58 PM, Christopher Menzel wrote:
>> There's a nice little package called 2in1 that renders two pages on
>> a single sheet in landscape orientation. However, the package only
>> works properly for A4 paper. I tried hacking the code with some
>> success, but I am unable to get the page number for each rendered
>> page properly centered beneath it, and my elementary TeX skillz are
>> not up to the challenge. Does anyone know of a comparable package
>> that works with lettersize? Nothing I've found seems to do what
>> I'm looking for.
>> Chris Menzel
See, not so hard. Oh, and yes, hijacking a thread is a mail list
policy violation. I know. I helped write the policy. OK, I wrote
almost all of it.
Oh, top quoting is really annoying too. Try reading these messages in
the archives. You'll get nauseous trying to figure out the order of
Because we don't read that way, and unless it becomes the new
standard, then things get all interwoven and unreadable.
The conversation is backwards.
Why not top quote?
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