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Direc­tory tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/stdpage

The stdpage package produces a standard page with an adjustable
number of lines per page, with an adjustable maximum number of
characters each. Those pages are used to calculate the standard
length or the price of translations, proof reading or journal
contributions. In Germany the "Normseite" of 30 lines and at most 60
characters per line is very widespread. So if you have to find out
how many "standard pages" a LaTeX text has, you just add one line of
code and get well typeset typewriterpages.

Version 0.5 additionally supports baselinestretch, parskip and
suppressing of hyphenation.

Version 0.6 fixes some important bugs and adds an option to get the
real typewriter look!

Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 684 2005-03-30 06:10:26
stdpage-test.tex 242 2005-03-30 09:54:38
stdpage.dtx 17997 2005-03-30 09:51:46
stdpage.ins 1985 2005-03-29 06:34:40
stdpage.pdf 116982 2005-03-30 09:56:24
stdpage.sty 5355 2005-03-30 09:52:00

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std­page – Stan­dard pages with n lines of at most m char­ac­ters each

For trans­la­tions, proof­read­ing, jour­nal con­tri­bu­tions etc. stan­dard pages are used. Those stan­dard pages con­sist of a fixed num­ber of lines and char­ac­ters per line. This pack­age pro­duces pages with n lines of at most m char­ac­ters each. For in­stance the Ger­man "Norm­seite": 60 lines of 30 char­ac­ters each.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sion0.6
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.2
Copy­right2004-2005 Ge­org Michael Ver­weyen
Main­tainerGe­org Michael Ver­weyen
Con­tained inTeXLive as std­page
MiKTeX as std­page
Topics change ge­om­e­try of page lay­out
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