[OS X TeX] Card Format

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Wed May 6 19:15:52 EDT 2009

Am 06.05.2009 um 21:23 schrieb Alain Schremmer:

> Is there a way to get something like the following look for each  
> single page of a book? (Hence the name "card format")?

You can use a tabular environment. Here you can set the width of the  
columns and also that of the rules (\arrayrulewidth effects | and  
\hline). Longtable offers a continued table which can be split by  
\newpage on pages. The vertical height can be influenced by invisible  
rulers (only height, zero width}, in every cell if necessary (and  
each one can have a lift to position text or whatever). With geometry  
you can remove all space consuming headers, footers, margins.

Another option is to provide many columns (of standard width?) and  
then use \multicolumn to have on this or on that side more width than  
on the other.



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