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rotpages.sty R3.0
Copyright 2002 Sergio Callegari

The rotpages.sty package for latex 2e permits to format documents
where small sets of pages are rotated by 180 degrees and rearranged,
so that they can be read by turning the printed copy upside-down.  It
was primarly meant for collecting exercises and solutions: the package
permits to print the exercise text normally and the solutions
rotated. The idea is to make it a bit harder for the students to
unintentionally read the solutions before trying to solve the
exercises autonomously. Other uses are obviously possible.

This is release 3.0 of the package, with many enhancements over release 1.0.
Release 2.0 has never been distributed due to some problems it had.
Note that release 3.0 is *not* compatible with version 1.0, however
documents written for version 1.0 can be easily converted to take
advantage of the features of version 3.0.

The package may be distributed and/or modified under the
conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.2
of this license or (at your option) any later version.
The latest version of this license is in
and version 1.2 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX 
version 1999/12/01 or later.


Name Notes


Name Size Date Notes
README 1252 2003-01-02 01:00
rot­pages.sty 4701 2002-06-01 02:00

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rot­pages – Type­set sets of pages up­side-down and back­wards

The rot­pages pack­age al­lows you to for­mat doc­u­ments where small sets of pages are ro­tated by 180 de­grees and re­ar­ranged, so that they can be read by turn­ing the printed copy up­side-down. It was de­vel­oped for col­lect­ing ex­er­cises and so­lu­tions: us­ing the pack­age, you can print the ex­er­cise text nor­mally and the so­lu­tions ro­tated.

Pack­age De­tailsrot­pages
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerSer­gio Cal­le­gari
Con­tained inTeX Live as rot­pages
MiKTeX as rot­pages
Topics lay­out of ob­jects on the page
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