Author: Aux_Latex

  • latex beamer change font size table

    One of the typical problem by using beamer class are tables respectively showing tables. If they are to big to be shown on one frame there are two possibilities to solve this problem. Frist, use the plain option at the frame where you want to set the table \begin{frame}[plain] \frametitle{a table is to big} \begin{table} […]

  • latex memoir 8pt

    How to get 8 pt in memoir? In contrast to the default classes, memoir has 12 different sizes for normalsize. Five of them allow you to get a size of 8pt in your document. 9pt 10pt 11pt 12pt 14p \documenclass[9pt]{memoir} \begin{document} \small the text now is in 8pt \end{document} \documenclass[10pt]{memoir} \begin{document} \footnotesize the text now […]

  • latex book font size 14 pt

    How to get font size 14 pt by using book as documentclass? If you are using the default size i.e. 10 pt, the command \Large will change the size up to 14 pt. \documentclass{book} \begin{document} \Large some text \end{document} This also will work, if you set normalsize to 11 pt: \documentclass[11pt]{book} \begin{document} \Large some text […]

  • what size is 20pt

    Question: what size is 20 pt? Answer: This depends on the default size you choose for normalsize and the document class you use. E.g. article, report, book and letter \LARGE and normalsize 12pt will be 20 pt \huge and normalsize 11pt or 10 pt will be 20 pt If you are are looking for more […]

  • latex font size 20pt

    How to get a document with font size 20pt? If your using one of the default documentclass e.g. article with default font size 10 pt then just use the command \huge and size will be increase to 20 pt. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \huge text text … \end{document}

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