[texhax] using both sides of page for a 2-up latex document?
Christopher W. Ryan
cryan at binghamton.edu
Tue May 2 15:18:56 CEST 2006
Hmmm, took me a while to envision what you are describing, but now that
I've got it . . . I like it. If I undersand you correctly, there is no
absolute need for me to have two pages, one with
text | text
and the other with
art | art
Instead I could just make a single page with
art | text (or vice versa)
and print it twice. And if I insert the paper *back* into my printer
properly, then in the second printing, text will print on the back of
art and art on the back of text.
Christopher W. Ryan, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University Clinical Campus at Binghamton
and Wilson Family Practice Residency, Johnson City, NY
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Barbara Beeton wrote:
> here's a slightly different way of approaching this.
> use landscape format and two columns.
> if you put the invitation on the left, and the picture
> on the right, treating them as two pages of the same
> document, you could then duplex the paper in landscape
> mode (so that the pages reverse along the short side) and
> the cut results should be the same as if you had put two
> columns of text on the front and two images on the back.
> treating the two parts as a single document might make
> it easier to get the picture centered -- you can use
> the "figure" and "center" environments with the same
> column layout.
> -- bb
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