{marginpar} is a command that adds content to the margin of documents.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

7
votes
0answers
155 views

align margin note to vertical center of text block or environment, with optional bar

Here is what I wish to achieve: section title as usual (optional) subsection in left-margin, aligned to top of its contents group of text/theorem/etc blocks within subsection margin note or label ...
5
votes
0answers
258 views

Marginpar on a fixed side of two-column double-sided memoir document

I have a two-column, double-sided document class based on memoir, where the wide margin is always on the left. I would like the \marginpar to always be in this left margin, irrespective of whether it ...
2
votes
0answers
43 views

align icons to dictionary entries

I'm trying to typeset a small dictionary. Many of the entries come with a couple of icons that I would like to display in the margin just left of the entry, top-aligned with the beginning of the ...
2
votes
0answers
53 views

How to spread a marginpar note in more than one page?

I'm using the standard class book with a lot of marginpar notes and few footnotes also; until here all is fine. My problem starts when I have very large margin notes that barely fit on one page, using ...
1
vote
0answers
41 views

Horizontal placement of graphic in left and right margins

I want to place small graphics in the outer margins of my 2-sided document. I've been using, e.g., \marginpar[{\hfill \includegraphics[scale=.3]{figures/ivy-univ.png}\hspace{8 pt} }]{ ...
1
vote
0answers
80 views

Alignment of the Margin notes

I use the class article with two sides. I also use a dozen of \marginpar per page to place my QED symbol in "the margin" or rather, on the right of the page. The code is from this website: ...
1
vote
0answers
18 views

How to lock some part of marginpar area?

Consider the following layout. I'd like to lock some part of marginpar area. For example, after 6cm from the top, skip 4cm and the margin area continues below.
0
votes
0answers
64 views

Bigfoot with marginpar creates “Dimension too large” error

This question follows a previous solved one here on a related topic. I am compiling a document that includes the bigfoot package with the para option, and also has \marginpar. If I compile a short ...
0
votes
0answers
83 views

Making \marginpar work with tex4ht

I tried using \marginpar using tex4ht and pdflatex. Here is the PDF output: Here is the HTML output: Is it possible to configure tex4ht to produce HTML output with good looking marginal notes? ...