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Kenneth John Odle 2 weeks ago
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@ -166,7 +166,7 @@ You can do this math as a check on the final project.
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\mbox{Total} & & 476 \mbox{ pages}
\end{align*}
When you are done scanning and combining files, when you open that final \texttt{file.pdf}, you should be on page 1 of 476 pages.
After you are done scanning and combining files, you can open that final \texttt{file.pdf} and you should be on page 1 of 476 pages.
Now we are \textit{finally} ready to start scanning.
@ -360,7 +360,7 @@ That's it; that's the entire document. Let's take a closer look at what is happe
Lines 3-6 use the \texttt{geometry} package to give us some pretty tight margins. This is a good thing, as this is going to be clip art. We could set them to zero if we needed to (and which might not be a bad idea, actually).
Line 9 is where the magic happens. It allows us to set the actual page size of this example. I admit, I had to play around with the variable here, and there may be a way to automatically fit the page size to the content.
Line 9 is where the magic happens. It allows us to set the actual page size of this example. I admit, I had to play around with the variables here, and there may be a way to automatically fit the page size to the content.
As it turns out, there is, and it's very simple: use the \texttt{standalone} document class. This source code:

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