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.
The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3
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layout of objects on the page
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- emptypage: Make empty pages really empty
- hardwrap: Hard wrap text to a certain character length
- linegoal: A "dimen" that returns the space left on the line