[texhax] using both sides of page for a 2-up latex document?
leingang at math.harvard.edu
Tue May 2 14:54:49 CEST 2006
Another, pure-LaTeX solution. Use the landscape option to the geometry
package and put each invite side in a minipage.
\Huge Please come to my art show!
On 5/1/06 11:51 PM, "Christopher W. Ryan" <cryan at binghamton.edu> wrote:
> My daughter has to create a simple invitation for her senior art show in
> high school. I thought it might be educational for me and for her to
> try to do it in latex. We've already done it in OpenOffice.org, but it
> involved a lot of manual dragging of frames here and there and took a
> long time to get a less-than-perfect layout.
> The invitations are to be approx 8.5 inches by 5.5 inches, laid out
> side-by-side on letter paper, in "2-up" fashion, so they can be cut
> apart into two separate invitations. So far that's easy.
> On the back of the text, there is to be an image of one of her pieces of
> artwork. It is supposed to occupy almost all of the back side, save for
> a small margin all around. We scanned one of her B&W photos into an
> image file (currently jpg, but we could convert it to just about
> anything.) The thing I'm finding difficult is centering the image so
> that it aligns with the centered text on the front side, so that when we
> cut them in two, both text and image will be in the center (in all
> directions) of their respective now-half-sized sheets of paper.
> What is the best latex way to do this? So far, I have experimented with
> the booklet package.
> --Chris Ryan
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