Re: rotated table problem (Solved)

2009-10-07 Thread Marcelo Acuña
  In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns.   The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.)   In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the page in

Re: rotated table problem (Solved)

2009-10-07 Thread Marcelo Acuña
  In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns.   The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.)   In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the page in

Re: rotated table problem (Solved)

2009-10-07 Thread Marcelo Acuña
> >  In my koma-script book I > > chose to have two columns. > >  The tables are displayed correctly, > > except when they are rotated. (I use the > corresponding > > option, spam column.) > >  In this case they begin in one of > > the columns and are partially outside the page > leaving > > the

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
martes, 1 de septiembre de 2009, 7:55 pm In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the page in blank.

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Marcelo Acuña schrieb: In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
martes, 1 de septiembre de 2009, 7:55 pm In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the page in blank.

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Marcelo Acuña schrieb: In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
martes, 1 de septiembre de 2009, 7:55 pm > >> In my koma-script book I > chose to have two > >> columns. > >> The tables are displayed correctly, except when > >> they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, > spam > >> column.) > >> In this case they begin in one of the columns > >> and

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
>>> In my koma-script book I >>> chose to have two columns. >>> The tables are displayed correctly, except when >>> they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, >>> spam column.) >>> In this case they begin in one of the columns >>> and are partially outside the page leaving the >>> rest

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Marcelo Acuña schrieb: In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
  In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns.   The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.)   In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the page in blank.  

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
  In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns.   The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.)   In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the page in blank.  

Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
>>  In my koma-script book I chose to have two >> columns. >>  The tables are displayed correctly, except when >> they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam >> column.) >>  In this case they begin in one of the columns >> and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the >>

Re: rotated table problem

2009-08-31 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Marcelo Acuña schrieb: In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of

Re: rotated table problem

2009-08-31 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Marcelo Acuña schrieb: In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of

Re: rotated table problem

2009-08-31 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Marcelo Acuña schrieb: In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns. The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam column.) In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of