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Why does running latex with a4paper or 210 mm × 297 mm followed by dvips result in bounding-box width 596 pt rather than 595 pt?

This is a non answer but too long for a comment. Assuming you have a site default set to be A4 the test document produces pdflatex: Page size: 595.276 x 841.89 pts (A4) latex/dvipdfmx: Page size: ...
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Adjust single page to fit wide table

\documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{lipsum} % dummy text \usepackage[margin=2.5cm]{geometry} \usepackage{pdflscape} \begin{document} \lipsum[1-6] \newgeometry{margin=5mm} \begin{landscape} \...
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option legalpaper for documentclass exam not working -- please help

The class doesn't set up the pdf size so if your site default is A4 the page size options don't really work and it's not clear they work even if your site default is us letter (I didn't trace its ...
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Arbitrary size pages

One possible approach would be to compile the tables using the standalone class: \documentclass[varwidth=\maxdimen,margin=0.5cm,multi={verbatim}]{standalone} \begin{document} \begin{verbatim} |-------...
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Package geometry error using Beamer and TeXworks

You seem to be using some newer files with an older installation of TeX Live. I.e. TL is 2022, but the format date is January 2023 and PGF is version 3.1.10 from 2023-01-15. That suggests you've ...
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Enlarging the whole PDF book by 20%

I would use ConTeXt for this. I have understood it as if you want to Scale the whole pdf (enlarge it by 20%) Keep links. Let me give you one example, where you in fact need the second file and you ...
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