[OS X TeX] print-on-demand

Jan Anderssen jan at linguist.umass.edu
Tue Sep 30 01:36:22 EDT 2008

hi wendy,

not exactly the workflow you suggested, but pdfpages might work for  
you. try a simple setup like the following:





you can adjust the margins with "delta" and "offset", but it might  
become tricky if even and odd pages differ. if so, maybe that's  
something you could tweak in the original?


On Sep 30, 2008, at 1:11 AM, Wendy McKay wrote:

> I have a book that has been typeset with letterpaper and a given  
> style file with textheight and textwidth as follows:
> %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
> \headheight=9pt
> \headsep=15pt
> \textheight=45pc   %=7.47in
> \advance\textheight-2\p@
> \textwidth=27pc    %=4.483in
> %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
> In order to use a print-on-demand service I have to reprint the PDF  
> file to a 7x10 page, but this reduces the font size.
> Is there a way to typeset the document with the same style file so  
> that the pdf ouput will be for 7x10 in paper and will not need  
> resizing after the document is typeset.
> \\wendy
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