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.
The LaTeX Project Public License
|Contained in||TeX Live as sttools|
|MiKTeX as sttools|
more than one column on the page
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (994.2k).
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- midfloat: Mixing onecolumn and twocolumn modes at any place of page
- ltxgrid: Control of the page grid
- stfloats: Commands to control the presentation of floats
- balanced: Balance double-column sections in LaTeX