Use the environment as follows:
I would also recommend using the switch
\tiny instead of
\tiny is going to produce a substandard appearance in the fonts. I would modify the page geometry and then using the
graphicx package scale the produced image down.
Suppose you that you'll be using
letter: so you've got and
8.5x11 sheet of paper. Suppose that you'll be using
0.25in margins. Then the dimensions of the area you want to print to are
8x10.5. If scaling by
1/2, then the dimensions of the printable area on the new page should be
16x21. You'll want a little bit of buffer around the edge: so let's make the page dimensions
16.25x21.25 with a margin of
Here's the enlarged version of your cheatsheet. Save this in a file called
onepage.tex. You can use any compilation method of your choice for this file.
%% paper dimensions increased approximately two-fold of printable area
x^2 + y^2 = 2
Now, the cheatsheet itself will be set up as follows:
Here I've reset the
psunit to calculate the center of the page and then created a
pspicture to fill the page with center at
\makebox(0,0) centers the imported graphic at its physical center. This elimates guess work about how to get the imported image to look properly centered on the page.
Since I'm using
pspicture here, this file will have to be compiled the
The remaining issue will be whether your printer has enough resolution.