savetrees – Optimise the use of each page of a LaTeX document
The goal of the savetrees package is to pack as much text as possible onto each page of a LaTeX document. Admittedly, this makes the document far less attractive. Nevertheless, savetrees is a simple way to save paper when printing draft copies of a document. It can also be useful when trying to meet a tight page-length requirement for a conference or journal submission.
Most of the package options cover specific modifications to typesetting rules, but there are also options subtle, moderate and extreme options for the “broad brush” approach.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2006–2016 Scott Pakin
|Contained in||TeX Live as savetrees|
|MiKTeX as savetrees|
layout of objects on the page
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