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First, the coordinate system in a pgfplots axis is completely separate from that of the surrounding tikzpicture. Remember that an axis has a default width (240pt), and it will have that size regardless of the range. For example, if you have two axis environments, one with xmin=0,xmax=1 and one with xmin=0,xmax=10, they will still have the same width. Thus, 1 ...

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You can use \addtolength to change the the margins accordingly. In the example, 100mm are added. Code \documentclass{article} \usepackage[inner=10mm, outer=30mm, a4paper, twoside]{geometry} \newdimen\extramargin % === change this as you like === \extramargin=100mm % =============================== % === automatically change lengths ...

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You can tell geometry to use a different paper size to layout the text block, thus changing the margins etc. For example, if your original document is on A5 paper: then using physical paper of size A4 will increase the margins and the area available for your notes: Code: % \documentclass[a5paper]{article} % \usepackage[showframe]{geometry} ...

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Unsupported, dangerous and not recommended; it does 90% photographic reduction. \documentclass{article} \mag=900 % use US letter paper, if you prefer \paperwidth=21truecm \paperheight=29.7truecm % \hoffset=-1truecm \marginparwidth=6cm \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{todonotes} \usepackage[english]{babel} \begin{document} \lipsum[1] And now I have ...

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