Christopher W. Ryan
cryan at binghamton.edu
Mon Nov 26 04:57:49 CET 2007
All this pstops and acrobat reader stuff was way over my head. But
maybe I can chime in here.
will give 12 pt font for an article. I don't know what class you are
using for your thesis, and whether it would work for that. I also don't
know what effect this has on the size of math, etc.
Christopher W. Ryan, MD and LaTeX novice
SUNY Upstate Medical University Clinical Campus at Binghamton
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Adrian Dusa wrote:
> Hi Martin,
>> 2007/11/25, Adrian Dusa <dusa.adrian at gmail.com>:
>>> 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.
> Oh yes I read that FAQ, but this doesn't help. Of course I could try to play
> with the margins using the powerful geometry package, but setting narrower
> margins has the side effect of increasing the number of characters per line
> which is definitely not what I intend to do. Another effect is to lose the
> current number of pages, and I am happy the way it looks right now.
> Perhaps setting narrower margins and *increasing* the base font size would
> help, but I found no trace of such a possibility in LaTeX. I understand that
> the base font size is 10pt. Is there any possibility to set it to, say, 12pt?
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