I've helped my girlfriend typeset her Bachelor's degree paper with LaTeX. I'd like to create a single-page poster version of the whole text.
Cf. "All the World's a Page" posters, e.g. http://www.all-the-worlds-a-page.com/products/das-kapital
Specifically, I need to deal with concatenating all the things into one continuous line. There's only one figure, a small table. Bonus points for emedding the table, but I'd rather get rid of it and not worry about floating text around the table.
- How can I remove the newline and spacing from paragraphs and replace it with the
§glyph instead? Although I'd have to do the same for the headings and normalize their font sizes, I could just as well remove the markup instead. So the body text will be just simple paragraphs.
- How can I concatenate footnotes the same way, remove newlines that is? I use biblatex with the footnote-dw style.
Update: footnotes are already solved via
footmisc it seems.