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Making a long table continue over two columns

I am using multicol to make a two-column document using the book document class. I have a long tabular that I want to break where the page breaks and then continue in the next column. I could split ...
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Automatic way to break narrow tables into two columns?

Is there an easy way to break long narrow tables into two (or possibly more) columns (i.e. without manually rearranging the columns)? In the following example you can see that there is a lot of ...
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How do I create a really long table in a two column layout?

I have a table that has about 130 rows. I tried using the longtable package, but it does not work with two column documents. The table will be starting near the top of the left column, and it should ...
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How do I use supertabular with my tabular code?

I'm trying to create a list of notation, but I've been unable to use nomencl as I would like so I'm using a table. I'd like the table to split as it goes over to the second column (the working example ...
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multi-page two column table in a single column document

I have looked through and tried quite a few probable solutions but am unable to get this right. I am posting the best minimal example I currently have of what I am trying to accomplish here. Being new,...
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Two-column longtable or tabular

I'm using longtable to store a glossary-like list of abbreviations used in my document, and as it only has two columns, but is two pages long, I was wondering if there was a way to make it wrap into ...
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How to disable pagebreak on \hline in supertabular?

This is similar to How to disable pagebreak on \hline in longtable? but for supertabular or xtab: With \tabularnewline\hline I get pagebreaks (or in my case columnbreaks) before the hline, i.e. the ...
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Continue long table beside on the same page

I have a datatable in a CSV file and print it with pgfplotstable. I can split long datatables by making pgfplotstable use longtable instead of tabular environment; so far so good. My problem is that ...
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Creating Thin Tables in LaTeX

Suppose I have the following table: \begin{table}[!p] \fontsize{6}{6}\selectfont \caption{First 200 terms of Hofstadter's $Q(n)$}\label{tab11} \center{ \begin{tabular}{l r r r r r l r r r r r} \...
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column header for multicols

I would like to add a fixed content (produced by e.g. \parbox) at the top of every column of a multicols* environment. How can I do this? The optional argument of multicols* is only added on the first ...
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Strange interaction between natbib and algorithm2e

Here's a minimal example. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{titlesec} \usepackage{algorithm2e} \usepackage{natbib} \begin{document} \bibliographystyle{plainnat} \begin{thebibliography}{1} \bibitem[...
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supertabular in a twocolumn env

I write a document which represents a catalog of stuff. Most of the content is a long table with heders in two balanced columns. xelatex is used to build pdf. I planned to use longtabu from tabu ...
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Supertabular leaves header in next column

I'm using supertabular in multicols enviroment based on this thread's accepted answer multicolumn long table or enumeration. But there is sometimes header and empty table body left in new column/page ...
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how puts a long table in two columns [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Balancing long table inside multicol in LaTeX In a document without columns, how puts only a long table in a two columns to save space ? Others possible duplicate answers ...
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How to make a long and narrow table in a six-column environment with supertabular over multiple pages?

I have a very long and narrow table in MS Word that looks like this and I would like to re-write it in LaTeX. At the end of each column, the table should continue to the right, and after six columns ...

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