# Tag: LaTeX

• ## latex landscape

There are several additional packages that can be used for landscape pages. Besides geometry the packages lscape and pdflscape can be used. The last two packages contain an additional environment. Pdflscape supports the correct display of PDFs in viewers. More information and examples can be found here:https://www.sascha-frank.com/landscape.html

• ## latex empty line

How to get an empty line or a blank line in LaTeX? Here you will find the solutions: https://www.sascha-frank.com/blank-line.html

• ## includepdf latex

One way to embed pdfs in LaTeX is to use the includegraphics command, another is to use the pdfpages add-on package which can do more than just embed a pdf or a page from a pdf into another document. More information and examples can be found here: https://www.sascha-frank.com/Faq/include_pdf.html

• ## latex set margins

In the past, page margins (and other margins) in LaTeX were set manually using special commands. Nowadays the additional package geometry is used to set the margins. More information and examples can be found here: https://www.sascha-frank.com/Faq/margins.html

• ## latex fraction

The representation of fractions can already be implemented in the standard of LaTeX. With the help of additional packages (amsmath, nicefrac and cancel) also other forms of fractions (like chain fractions, fractions within text) can be displayed. More about this and examples can be found here: https://www.sascha-frank.com/fractions.html

• ## latex font

The font in latex can be changed by using additional packages. Here is an example how it was done with the helvetica font: https://www.sascha-frank.com/Fonts/Helvetica.html And here is an example of how it was done with Times New Roman font: https://www.sascha-frank.com/Fonts/Times_New_Roman.html

• ## latex noindent

How to set noindent for all paragraphs? For all paragraphs just put after \begin{document} the command \setlength{\parindent}{0em} For one paragrah just put a \noindent before the paragraph starts.

• ## 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 […]

• ## 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}