[texhax] Newbie alginment troubles
uwe.lueck at web.de
Thu Jul 3 19:09:09 CEST 2014
>> Juergen Goebel schrieb:
>> Joseph Wright wrote:
>> As always with code-like questions, a minimal working example would be
>> very welcome here. In general, there should be no issue with text
>> 'migrating' off pages.
> Absolutely true.
Less absolutely, ...
> Just an idea: The OP might have used a documentclass such as book with
> doublesided output.
absolutely! ... a PDF rather than code attachment could help to judge
whether really something's wrong or the OP is just confusing quality
output with centering.
> But without code this is of course only a guessing.
... or without output. -- However, once on Ubuntu (in 2011) I experienced
that the DVI preview used horrible margin offsets, while the PDF preview
was fine. So the OP might send a screenshot or a photograph of the printed
pages. (Actually, some 20 years ago I had to use different values of
\hoffset and \voffset depending on the printer I intended to use.)
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 03. Juli 2014 um 14:41 Uhr
Von: "Goebel, Juergen" <juergen.goebel at cassidian.com>
An: "TeX List" <texhax at tug.org>
Betreff: [texhax] FW: Newbie alginment troubles
> Joseph Wright wrote:
> As always with code-like questions, a minimal working example would be
> very welcome here. In general, there should be no issue with text
> 'migrating' off pages.
Just an idea: The OP might have used a documentclass such as book with
doublesided output. So trying a 'oneside' or something like
this may help.
But without code this is of course only a guessing.
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