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Is it possible to have a table span 2 pages in portrait format? i.e. if I have a table with 10 columns, can I have 5 columns on the left hand page and 5 columns on the right hand page, in a continuous fashion so that their row heights would match up?
Last edited by greengrass on Mon Oct 27, 2008 1:12 am, edited 1 time in total.
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I am actually using the longtable package, but I don't think it allows for a column-wise split across pages (I'll be really happy if it actually does as that's exactly what I need!!) As I understand, it allows a row-wise split, e.g. a table of 15 rows can have 10 rows on one page and the remaining 5 rows on the next, in either landscape or portrait.
I've had an idea that perhaps may work. It is not an automatic, nor elegant solution, but, well, see if it may help. The idea basically consists in storing the whole table in a box and then printing it two times, cropping, in order, the right and the left parts with the help of Tikz/pgf:
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