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awarded  Notable Question
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comment Counter Not Incrementing
@barbarabeeton: Do you have a suggested reference to learn the "long form"? I see it implemented almost every time I ask a question or reference a question on this site, and I'm guilty of typically copy/pasting and tweaking until something works the way I want it to work...
Sep
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@DavidCarlisle: I appreciate the insight. I'm doing this for a (small?) presentation, so I only need ~15 transparencies. I'm going for fashion over function in this context, but I'll keep in mind what you've said for future reference.
Sep
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comment Counter Not Incrementing
@TorbjørnT.: This is what happens when a mathematician is left to tinker on a LaTeX project by his adviser... :/
Sep
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Sep
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comment Counter Not Incrementing
In the initial response, is there a particular reason one uses the lengthy commands there? I'm not extremely acquainted with this aspect of latex, and it usually takes me a while to understand what each part is doing. (The second response seems to be much easier to understand.) +1
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Aug
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accepted Beamer and Serif fonts
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awarded  Curious
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asked Beamer and Serif fonts
Aug
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accepted Streamline use of Highlight in text and equations
Aug
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comment Streamline use of Highlight in text and equations
This is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!
Aug
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comment Streamline use of Highlight in text and equations
Thank you for taking the time to answer it differently; I appreciate it greatly!
Aug
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revised Streamline use of Highlight in text and equations
expanded on goal of the question
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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comment Streamline use of Highlight in text and equations
@ChristianHupfer: I'll look into it! Thanks for the suggestion.
Aug
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comment Streamline use of Highlight in text and equations
Gonzalo, this may answer the unasked question of how to handle multiple lines of equations (I hadn't even thought about that!), so thank you! More of what I am after, though, is something that won't be interrupted by math equations/environments (in the same way that I only need to declare the color of the font once and it can run that way through multiple pages, environments, etc.).
Aug
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asked Streamline use of Highlight in text and equations
Aug
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comment Adjust Array Column Width to Fill Page
+1: You've earned the points (and then some!). Thanks for the help, Mico! Unrelated question: suggestions of places to learn this stuff as well as you? As a mathematician, I use this LaTeX all of the time, but I'm not very well versed in its capabilities. Maybe a favorite reference?
Aug
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comment Adjust Array Column Width to Fill Page
@Mico: The last suggestion, while it isn't precisely what I was looking to achieve, does allow me to achieve a level of uniformity that is plenty sufficient for my purposes! The white space from the table to the edge of the page is equal on both sides, and the intercolumn spacing is equal (although the two compared together are not equal).