7
votes
2answers
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Breakable fill-in blanks

What is a good way to create blank space (preferably, underlined -- it is to be filled in by hand when document is printed) that takes up all the remaining space on a line. The blank space may appear ...
5
votes
4answers
132 views

How to span \textit{} and \Large several lines in \author{}

I would like to span \textit{} in several line in \author{} tag. So far I know I can do this ( but here \LARGE will only affect the Name) : % title \title{\textbf{Cool title}} \author{\LARGE ...
7
votes
2answers
830 views

Editing bst file to underline title

I could not find an option in makebst that would make the titles of articles be underlined, however, using emphasize in an otherwise correct bst I was able to underline it. Unfortunately this makes ...
2
votes
0answers
55 views

Why doesn't \underline{REALLY LONG TEXT} wrap? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why does underlined text not get wrapped once it hits the end of a line ? The string \underline{FOO BAR FOO BAR FOO BAR ... [100 more of these]} runs off the page in my ...
4
votes
2answers
184 views

Hyphenatable material enclosed in group braces

I have text that I need to repeat quite a few times: \newcommand{\repeatme}{text to repeat that is somewhat long and verbose} I'd like to underline this text and have it not cause hbox overflow ...
12
votes
2answers
2k views

Is it possible to have hyphenations in \underlined{text}?

In a document I was writing, I had some really long captions and I wanted to emphasize the important parts in them. I tried to use \underline{} but no hyphenation was used at both the caption and at ...
8
votes
1answer
977 views

Title running off the page!

I haven't had this problem before so I'm not quite sure what's happening, but my title is running off to the right side of the page. This is my code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{assymb} ...
31
votes
2answers
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Why does underlined text not get wrapped once it hits the end of a line ?

Sometimes I want to underline some text, and it extends past the end of a line. Why does \underline{} not automatically wrap my text for me ? Also, how can I underline text so that it will still ...