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#1: Re: Page Borders in Latex

Posted on 2002-05-26 19:07:44 by Steven Smith

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> How do you draw borders for pages in Latex? Thanks in advance.
There are probably better ways, but the fancybox package provides a way
to do this. In the document preamble, go:

\usepackage{fancybox}

and then once you get into the document proper, go:

\fancypage{\fbox}{}

This needs to be one of the first things after the \begin{document}.

As I said, there are probably better ways, but that's the first one
which comes to mind.

Steven Smith,
sos22@cam.ac.uk.

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#2: Page Borders in Latex

Posted on 2002-05-27 02:30:33 by Natarajan

Hi,
How do you draw borders for pages in Latex? Thanks in advance.
Natarajan


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#3: Re: Page Borders in Latex

Posted on 2002-05-28 05:20:21 by Suriya Narayanan M S

On Sunday 26 May 2002 10:37 pm, Steven Smith wrote:
> There are probably better ways, but the fancybox package provides a way
> to do this. In the document preamble, go:
>
> \usepackage{fancybox}
>
> and then once you get into the document proper, go:
>
> \fancypage{\fbox}{}
>
> This needs to be one of the first things after the \begin{document}.
>
> As I said, there are probably better ways, but that's the first one
> which comes to mind.
The above method works, but there is a problem.
The box is too close to the text. Is there some way to
have a gap between the box and the text.
I think you would have an answer.
Thank you.

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Suriya Narayanan M S
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#4: Re: Page Borders in Latex

Posted on 2002-06-01 10:30:33 by Steven Smith

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> > \usepackage{fancybox}

> > \fancypage{\fbox}{}
> The above method works, but there is a problem.
> The box is too close to the text. Is there some way to
> have a gap between the box and the text.
Try

\fancypage{\setlength{\fboxsep}{32pt}\fbox}{}

Change the ``32pt'' to suit.

Steven Smith,
sos22@cam.ac.uk.

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