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-====== Typesetting things in landscape orientation ====== 
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-It's often necessary to typeset part of a document in landscape 
-orientation;​ to achieve this, one needs not only to change the page 
-dimensions, but also to instruct the output device to print the 
-strange page differently. 
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-There are two "​ordinary"​ mechanisms for doing two slight variations 
-of landscape typesetting:​ 
-  ​ 
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-  * If you have a single floating object that is wider than it is deep, and will only fit on the page in landscape orientation,​ use the [[ctanpkg>​rotating|rotating]] package; this defines ''​sidewaysfigure''​ and ''​sidewaystable''​ environments which create floats that occupy a whole page. 
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-<note warning>​Note that [[ctanpkg>​rotating]] has problems in a document that also loads the [[ctanpkg>​float]] package, which recommended in other answers in these FAQs, for example that on [[FAQ-floats|float placement]]. ​ The [[ctanpkg>​rotfloat]] package loads [[ctanpkg>​rotating]] for you, and smooths the interaction with [[ctanpkg>​float]]. 
-</​note>​ 
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-  * If you have a long sequence of things that need to be typeset in landscape (perhaps a code listing, a wide ''​tabbing''​ environment,​ or a huge table typeset using [[ctanpkg>​longtable]] or [[ctanpkg>​supertabular]]),​ use the [[ctanpkg>​lscape]] package (or [[ctanpkg>​pdflscape]] if you're generating PDF output, whether using pdfLaTeX or ''​dvips''​ and generating PDF from that). ​ Both packages define an environment ''​landscape'',​ which clears the current page and restarts typesetting in landscape orientation (and clears the page at the end of the environment before returning to portrait orientation). 
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-No currently available package makes direct provision for typesetting 
-in both portrait and landscape orientation on the same page (it's not 
-the sort of thing that TeX is well set-up to do).  If such 
-behaviour was an absolute necessity, one might use the techniques 
-described in [[FAQ-textflow|"​flowing text around figures"​]],​ and would 
-rotate the landscape portion using the rotation facilities of the 
-[[ctanpkg>​graphicx]] package. ​ (Returning from landscape to portrait 
-orientation would be somewhat easier: the portrait part of the page 
-would be a bottom float at the end of the landscape section, with its 
-content rotated.) 
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-To set an entire document in landscape orientation,​ one might use 
-[[ctanpkg>​lscape]] around the whole document. ​ A better option is the 
-''​landscape''​ option of the [[ctanpkg>​geometry]] package; if you 
-also give it ''​dvips''​ or ''​pdftex''​ option, 
-[[ctanpkg>​geometry]] also emits the rotation instructions to cause the 
-output to be properly oriented. ​ The [[ctanpkg>​memoir]] class has the same 
-facilities, in this respect, as does [[ctanpkg>​geometry]]. 
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-A word of warning: most current TeX previewers do not honour 
-rotation requests in DVI files. 
-Your best bet is to convert your output to PostScript or to PDF, and 
-to view these "​final"​ forms with an appropriate viewer. 
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