longtable – Allow tables to flow over page boundaries
Longtable allows you to write tables that continue to the next page. You can write captions within the table (typically at the start of the table), and headers and trailers for pages of table. Longtable arranges that the columns on successive pages have the same widths. This last contrasts with the superficially similar supertabular package.
Longtable (unlike supertabular) modifies the output routine, and consequently won't work in a multicolumn environment (or in other circumstances where the output routine has been critically altered); it also fails in twocolumn pages.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||1990–2006 David Carlisle
The LaTeX Team
|Contained in||TeX Live as tools|
|MiKTeX as tools|
typeset tables that may be too big for a page
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (6.5M).
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- tabularx: Tabulars with adjustable-width columns
- xtab: Break tables across pages
- verbatim: Reimplementation of and extensions to LaTeX verbatim
- multicol: Intermix single and multiple columns