# [OS X TeX] writing twice to the same line

Diego Gruber diego.gruber at gmail.com
Sun Dec 13 13:11:07 CET 2009

Just a wild guess but, maybe you could use the minipage environment within
the section title to divide it in three sections with independent
alignments?

On Sun, Dec 13, 2009 at 11:51, Florian Grammel <grammel at gmx.net> wrote:

> Dear list-members
>
> I need to do quite a peculiar setup for section-headers, where a part of
> the heading has to be aligned to both sides and another part centered *in
> the same line*.
> Until now I've tried something like:
>
> \section[]{%
> left text%
> \hfill %
> right text%
> \\\vspace{-1.5\baselineskip}
> \begin{center}center text\end{center}%
> }
>
> That gives me more or less the layout I want, but the negative vspace can't
> really account for the \\ because the amout of the lineskip varies by
> context and by page. And as I need this type of section-heading a lot of
> times, I'd hate to fiddle with this by hand for every occurence.
>
> Is there any (context-insensitive) way to make LaTeX put text in the same
> line two times independently? Or should I try a completely different
> approach?
>
>
> Thanks in advance and best regards
> Florian.
>
>
>
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