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accepted Beamer and Serif fonts
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awarded  Curious
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asked Beamer and Serif fonts
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accepted Streamline use of Highlight in text and equations
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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).
Aug
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comment Adjust Array Column Width to Fill Page
The use of tabularx might produce the more-desirable effect I'm looking for in this endeavor. I'm going to try to create a command that will produce the addition symbols but still allow me to use centered columns. In theory, this will equalize the space between objects and the edge of the page (right?)
Aug
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comment Adjust Array Column Width to Fill Page
@Mico: I'm not sure if you understood me; the intercolumn space is equal and therefore perfect! I'm also wanting the space from the edge of the page to be equal with the intercolumn space (if that makes sense). I don't care so much about the column width (unless that is a thing that becomes necessary to care about) as much as I do overall presentation, and equally spaced across the page looks slightly better in my opinion as opposed to offset to the right-hand side due to the right alignment.
Aug
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accepted Adjust Array Column Width to Fill Page
Aug
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comment Adjust Array Column Width to Fill Page
@Mico: Thanks! (at)HarishKumar: The suggestion by Mico answered my question, I believe. One last thing regarding the structure of the document (although not important): is it possible to get the environment centered? This part seems more complicated to explain. Essentially, I just want the whitespace to be equal everywhere horizontally.
Aug
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comment Adjust Array Column Width to Fill Page
Thank you! This is exactly what I have been looking for. Is there a way to redefine the tabular* environment so that it takes the form just written by default (default up to the number of columns, anyway)? That is, it seems like making several environments like this might get tiresome if the number of columns varies and the tried-and-true copy/paste technique fails.
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asked Adjust Array Column Width to Fill Page
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