I've tried to search for it, but I couldn't seem to find an answer to my question, so here goes.
Let's say I'm writing a report of some sort. I'm up 50 pages or so, and at least 100 equations. Then, I'm told that the report has to be a two-column report, which is easy to do in LaTeX. But, my 100 equations are kinda made so they would fit a whole page, which means that, let's say, 50 of my equations are to wide for the columns, and they are all going outside the margin or even the paper it self.
My question is: Is there any way, automatically, without going in and inserting a split command in each of the wide equations, and tell each of them where to split, to split them up so they will fit the columns ? So maybe LaTeX would just recognize when they are to long, and then just split it up onto the next line.