I am using MiKTeX 2.9 , I want to turn off automatic line and page breaking , I was trying to use {verbatim} , {alltt} and \verb+...+ , it works , but doesn't keep original font (I am using gfsartemisia-euler font , from here: http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/gfsartemisia-euler/). Can anybody help? I need solution with keeping original formating of math's formulas. For example: I don't want to see \int instead of traditional symbol of an integral. Problem can be solved by \nopagebreak or \nolinebreak, but using them is rather burdensome.

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  • So can your question be reformulated as "How can use a different font with verbatim?" If that's the case, see Is it possible to use a non-monospace font in verbatim environments? – Werner Feb 6 '14 at 18:30
  • Can you explain a little more what the output is meant to be here? You do want for example maths formulae rendering, but want to break every line by hand. That sounds rather unusual: do you have a specific example you could point us to? – Joseph Wright Feb 6 '14 at 20:43
  • $(z-t_0)^n$ and $(A-t_0\cdot E)^n, A\cdot t_0 \cdot E = t_0\cdot\nolinebreak E\cdot\nolinebreak A = \nolinebreak t_0\cdot\nolinebreak A$ \nolinebreak we\ \nolinebreak have:\\ 6 x \nolinebreak it's definitely too much. – user119734 Feb 6 '14 at 20:55
  • You could put each line into an \mbox{}, but you probably just need to reduce the font size until it fits. – John Kormylo Feb 7 '14 at 4:38
  • It's useful and works , but problem of turning off automatic page breaking is still not solved. Put a recipe of solution of the problem and I'll mark it , green. – user119734 Feb 7 '14 at 21:58

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