# [texhax] un-italicizing lower-case Greek letters

Robin Fairbairns Robin.Fairbairns at cl.cam.ac.uk
Wed Feb 18 11:01:10 CET 2004

> > Also, is there a simple way to output two sets of words, one flush on the
> > left side of the page and the other flush on the right side of the page on
> > the same line? An example is:
> >
> > \underline{\textsc{Home}}   \hspace{11.5cm}   \underline{\textsc{University}}\\
> >
> > (where _Home_ would be flush on the left side of the page and _University_
> > flush on the right side of the page) but determining the value for \hspace
> > is iterative and thus time consuming. Does an easier method exist?
>
> I have used the following in concert programs to produce lines of the form
> I think you want:
>
> 	\line{The Spirit of Gambo\hfil Tobias Hume}
>
> This produces a line where _The Spirit of Gambo_ is flush at the left margin
> and _Tobias Hume_ is flush at the right margin.  Change the text to whatever
> you like with or without underlining ... no computations needed ... let TeX
> do it ...

however, since the op was writing latex, and since latex doesn't have
the plain tex \line command, this suggestion doesn't help much.