[texhax] One document different page layouts

Miguel Figueiredo olliegator at hortanet.com
Wed Jul 28 21:26:15 CEST 2004


The vmargin package should work for me, however when I tried it  I couldn't 
get control of the textwidth. Here is an example:



%\setmargins{ leftmargin }{ topmargin }{ textwidth }{ textheight }
{ headheight }{ headsep }{ footheight }{ footskip }
\setmargins{ 0cm }{ 0cm }{ 1cm }{ 1cm }{ 0cm }{ 0cm }{ 0cm }{ 0cm }

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hg dfgh  v fas fsadfasfkjhwertbsdf adsf as dfas df asd fa sdf asd 
fqweriousdlkfjhs fg sdlkjhqwerpoiudsf asdflkhasdkj asdlkfhaqh+as+df as df
+asoifalkjhdf bncvnmbx a df a,smdfmnbxncv xcv mxcvbnxcvbxmnb


This should print a text with 1 cm width, but does not. It prints text with a 
constant width regardless of the parameters used in setmargins.

Any ideas?

On Wednesday 28 July 2004 17:45, William F. Adams wrote:
> On Wednesday, July 28, 2004, at 01:37  PM, Miguel Figueiredo wrote:
> > I use the geometry package to set page layout for my documents,
> > however the
> > settings have to be specified in th preamble, and I can't create a
> > document
> > with several page layouts in it.
> >
> > I have tried to use \oddsidemargin, \evensidemargin, etc, but with poor
> > results.
> >
> > Any ideas on how I can do this?
> This is an FAQ.
> http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=changemargin
> William

Miguel Figueiredo
IT student / Marine Biologist
"Tem calma irmão que a morte não precisa do teu sim, é coisa certa, mais vale 
fazer da vida um festim." ALC

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