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texstudio spell checking
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It has been almost a year and this question has not been marked as answered yet, therefore, I have to point to the obvious solution of re-downloading the English dictionary, with a version that you ...

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Last column is too far apart, how do I get equal spacing?
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You can manually add spacing between the columns with \setlength{\tabcolsep}{30pt} right before your table. 30pt worked for me but you should consider @Zarko's comment to splitting the last line to ...

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How continue an equation next line
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If you are interested in a square root expression and not a power notation that Mico's answer provides, have a look at the following code: \begin{equation*} \left| \dot{r} \right| = \sqrt{ ...

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indent a paragraph of a new section
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To indent the first paragraph of each section use: \usepackage{indentfirst} For the whole document to have left justification use: \usepackage[document]{ragged2e} In case you don't want ...

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captions on the left side of the figure, in revtex4-1
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Please post a snippet of your code for us to see how it fails. Nonetheless, in my system it works perfectly fine. Try the following code: \documentclass[12pt,reprint]{revtex4-1} \usepackage{graphicx}...

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Two-column figure with side caption using revtex
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I assume you are using revtex4-1. This is the code that I am using for when I want a figure on both columns. You might need to modify the scale parameter for your images. \documentclass[12pt,reprint]{...

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LaTex Question On Square Roots
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1 votes

Firstly, remove the $ secondly encapsulate your equation in an equation environemt with \begin{equation} and \end{equation}. Furthermore, I would use \begin{aligned} instead of \end{align}. That ...

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I would like this table to be aligned and spaced correctly, I get unequal spacing and headers mot uniformed
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Generally speaking, Excel2LaTex is not the best way to make tables in Latex. I would suggest something like the tool that TexStudio has built in, or better, learn how to do it manually, (using an IDE ...

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Centralise group titles of glossary
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Having tested a few alternatives, including the answer posted by @Venez, I think the easiest solution to this question is to define a new glossary style based on long. The long style is effectively a ...

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