[Tugindia] A problem with interline spacing.

E. Krishnan ekmath at asianetindia.com
Mon Feb 6 17:25:26 CET 2006

On Mon, 6 Feb 2006, S. venkataraman wrote:

> I have a problem with interline spacing. I want text to be printed
> flushright in 9 point, bold.  The problem is the interline space is too
> much. 

> \newcommand{\coursecode}[1]{\renewcommand{\@ccode}{{\titlefont Course
> Code: #1}}}
> \newcommand{\assignmentcode}[1]{\renewcommand{\@asscode}%
> {{\titlefont Assignment Code: #1}}}

> \newcommand{\makeheading}{\begin{flushright}\@ccode\\
> \@asscode\\
> {\titlefont Maximum Marks: 100}\end{flushright}}

Please remove the font changing commands from the "\coursecode" and 
"\assignmentcode" definitions and put it within the "\makeheading" as 


    {Course Code: #1}}}
    {Assignment Code: #1}}}
     Maximum Marks: 100






It seems that otherwise, though the *size* of the font is changed, the 
baselineskip is retained as 13.6 points (the default for 11 point font) 
within the flushleft environment


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