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I'm not sure the multi-page table packages are helping here, you can simply force the column widths and break by hand: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage[left=0.25in,right=0.25in,top=0.25in,bottom=0.25in]{geometry} \geometry{letterpaper} \usepackage{helvet} \renewcommand{\familydefault}{\sfdefault} \usepackage{colortbl} \newenvironment{zz} ...


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figures won't normally go to the end of the document unless you prevent them going anywhere else, but in anycase large spaces at page breaks are inevitable if you use H as the figure will not move relative to the surrounding text so if it needs to go over the page a gap is left, that's what [H] means. Your second example for example uses [hbt] the main ...


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Not for KOMA article class, but for scrbook and scrreprt there is the \setpartpreamble command. In my version of the docs (2012-07-22), p.95: Parts and chapters in KOMA-Script can be started with a preamble. This is particularly useful when you are using a two column layout with the class option twocolumn, since the heading together with the ...


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Package algorithm2e does not allow H in twocolumn mode, regardless if single or double float. A little excerpt from the package file: \if@twocolumn\@latex@error{[H] in two columns mode is not allowed for algorithms}\fi% TODO: SCREAM if H in two colums! Bad thing is, for some reason two captions in an algorithm environment don't work. The solution can ...


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The class uses \LoadClass[fleqn]{article} to specify flush left equations, with no documented way of over-riding that. that is really the point of publisher specific classes, to remove flexibility to enforce a house style.


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this just forces text page floats to the right, \clearpage still flushes all floats to the first available column. \documentclass[twocolumn]{article} \def\f{\begin{figure}\rule{1cm}{1cm}\caption{fff}\end{figure}} \def\t{one two three four five six sevn eight nine ten eleven} \def\tt{Red green \t. Blue yellow orange purple \t, \t, \t, \t.\par} \makeatletter ...


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I suggest you not take any steps that end up reducing the font size used in the math expression relative to that used for the surrounding text. Instead, you might want to pursue the following approach: Don't use the \nolimits modifier after each \sum macro. Instead, encase the \sum{...} expressions in \smashoperator directives; this reduces the amount of ...


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This is one possible solution. use of resizebox from graphicx package and parbox combo as shown below. \resizebox{0.48\textwidth}{!}{\parbox{\linewidth}{ math envrionment}} or {\tiny \begin{align*} ... \end{align*} environment} Code \documentclass[10pt,conference,letterpaper]{IEEEtran} \usepackage{amsmath,graphicx} \begin{document} as abcd dsfe ...



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