|Jan3-05, 08:15 PM||#1|
LaTeX help: horizontal rules...
I'm not sure where this should go - I didn't see any LaTeX-related forum.
Is there a way to create a horizontal rule that doesn't take up the entire width of the page?
|Jan3-05, 08:51 PM||#2|
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What do you mean by "horizotal rule"?Can't u use the functions "begin/end array"?It would split everything in as many lines u want.
|Jan4-05, 07:57 AM||#3|
The newsgroup comp.text.tex is also a good place for LaTeX questions.
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