# [texhax] Re: landscape in beamer/seminar class

BRØçKªQµÂñTìFìêR·®RG brock at quantifier.org
Tue Feb 8 21:52:00 CET 2005

```OK.  more research has led me to believe that no one actually uses the
slides class anymore.  I'm happy to use beamer or seminar class instead.
In fact, since my slides are generally pretty simple, either will likely
do.  But is there one or another that will make things easier on me?

thanks again,

bobby

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On Mon, 7 Feb 2005, BRØçKªQµÂñTìFìêR·®RG wrote:

>
> Hello.  I'm trying to make some simple overheads using the slides class.
> The problem is that some of my tables get quite long, and don't fit on the
> page using the (default) portrait option.  I've tried adding
> \documentclass[landscape]{slides} and then compiling both with latex and
> pdflatex.  it didnt work.  i tried pdflatex -t landscape and that didnt
> work.  every combination just leaves me with the document in portait.
>
> I know the answer is simple.  I just can't seem to figure it out.  So