flushend – Balancing columns at last page
LaTeX’s built-in two-column code finishes off a document exactly where the text stops; this will typically leave an isolated left-hand column, or a right-hand column shorter than the left-hand one. This package modifies the LaTeX output routine to make the two columns as nearly of the same length as possible.
The package is part of the sttools bundle.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||1997–2016 Sigitas Tolušis|
|Contained in||TeX Live as sttools|
|MiKTeX as sttools|
more than one column on the page|
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Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- cuted: Mixing onecolumn and twocolumn modes
- midfloat: Mixing onecolumn and twocolumn modes at any place of page
- sttools: Various macros
- doublecol: Double-column page macros for Plain TeX