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For those using Memoir class: \setstretch{1.25} will give an error: no (big) problem! Just add the line \DisemulatePackage{setspace} before \usepackage{setspace}: \DisemulatePackage{setspace} \usepackage{setspace} \setstretch{1.25} The above worked for me. (Thanks to another contributor for this hint with Memoir class.)

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Here is one possible solution : \documentclass[varwidth,border=50]{standalone} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{blindtext} \newcommand{\tikzunderarrow}[2][red]{\tikz[baseline={(N.base)}]{ \node[inner sep=0, outer sep=0](N) {#2}; \draw[overlay, -latex, line width=.04em, #1] ([yshift=-.14em]N.south west) -- ([yshift=-.14em]N.south east);}} ...

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Why don't you use the \underrightarrow command instead? For example like this: \underrightarrow{\mho} Obtaining: You can underline multiple letters/expressions too: \underrightarrow{\mho+\sum^{n}_{i=1}K=0+\Psi} But you won't use this with multiple letters very often

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overprint only copes well with fairly simple cases. I suspect that the use here does not count as sufficiently simple, at least without some sort of adjustments. Simpler to use overlayarea for the entire itemize environment: \documentclass[utf8]{beamer} \begin{document} \begin{frame} \begin{overlayarea}{\linewidth}{.75\textheight} ...

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This appears to be a tabular environment of some kind with the horizontal rules from the booktabs package. How to match the formatting of the rest of the example, apart from the lines, should be a separate question. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{booktabs} % provides \toprule, \midrule, \bottomrule \usepackage[nopar]{lipsum} % just for dummy text ...

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You have several errors in your example code. You should never set the baselineskip less than the font size for typesetting a paragraph, or the spacing between lines will be uneven. You should set the font size in the whole center environment. Before and after the \hrule some vertical space is needed. You should never use the minimal class. Here's a ...

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You can use: \vspace{2mm} \hrule \vspace{2mm} Which will give you a horizontal line with a 2mm whitespace above and below. If you would like a more specific answer, consider asking a more specific question with an MWE.

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As mentioned in the comments, the fontsize is the culprit here. See the proposed change below. I have added a \vspace{1em} to create some more distance between the underline and the separating line and before the English part. Drop either one of these if it suits you. \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,landscape,oneside]{minimal} ...

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Several comments: Since you're (i) using the agsm bibliography style, which is distributed with the harvard citation management package and (ii) loading the natbib package rather than the harvard package, you should load the har2nat package as well. As its name indicates, it "translates" various macros that are defined by the harvard package (and which are ...

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If you do not have to use this class file, drop it. Completely. You will run into more trouble. Please see PhD dissertation: templates vs scratch. You can do something like this, but please, please don't. Isuthesis implements parts of package setspace. It is a terrible mess. \documentclass[11pt]{isuthesis} \usepackage{isutraditional} \chaptertitle ...

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For additional space between lines you can use also a stretchable amount, like \bigskipamount. This space will adjust automatically to fit into your page. If you are concerned with lines getting too close to each other, you can increase space between rows using the command \fontsize{}{} followed by a \selectfont. The first argument indicates characters' ...

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$\left\{\begin{array}{l} \left[\begin{array}{l} \vv{BM}\uparrow\uparrow \vv{BC}\\ \vv{BM}\uparrow\downarrow \vv{BC} \end{array} \right. \\[2.5ex]%--------------------------------------------adding a length here \left[\begin{array}{l} \vv{B'M'}\uparrow\uparrow \vv{B'C'}\\ \vv{B'M'}\uparrow\downarrow \vv{B'C'} \end{array} \right. \end{array} \right.$

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I came across this question while checking tables and environments that would span across pages. Although the question was asked quite a while ago, and it may or may not be useful for the OP, a few points were not mentioned. For example, You can use the command \setcolumnwidth{width,width}[col1,col2] in the paracol package. Furthermore, I don't see the ...

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