tomfool at as220.org
Sun Nov 25 21:31:36 CET 2007
If there is a lot of unnecessary white space on your pages, you might do
best taking care of a problem like this after the LaTeX stage. For
example, I believe pstops (part of psutils) can be made to do what you
want, if you're going the PS route and so can some of the printing
options in Adobe Acrobat, if you're in the straight-to-PDF camp.
Adrian Dusa <dusa.adrian at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have an almost finished thesis that I would like to give my supervisor for
> review. The trouble is the size of the default font in LaTeX is rather small
> for his taste, he would like me to increase it.
> I searched the web after font size, but everything I found was related to the
> LaTeX commands like \Large or \Huge, but I don't want to use larger fonts in
> *some* places but to increase the font size for the whole document.
> Actually I would rather not change the font size per se, because that would
> break the current paging arrangement. Instead, I would very much like to know
> if there's any possibility to increase *everything* on every page like in
> zooming. On a A4 paper there is a lot of unnecessary space around the text, I
> wonder if I could use that space zooming the text in order to preserve the
> current number of pages.
tomfool at as220 dot org
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