# How do you make a table font smaller in latex?

## How do you make a table font smaller in latex?

The standard font size switches are: \tiny , \scriptsize , \footnotesize , \small , \normalsize , \large , \Large , \LARGE , \huge , and \Huge . If you need to fine tune the size of a table, you can include it in a scalebox from the graphicx- or graphics-package and scale the table to fit.

Creating a table of contents. As you see, is simple. Inside the frame environment you set the title and add the command \titlepage .

## How do you center text in LaTeX?

\end{center} is used to centre the text (note the American spelling). Each line is centred individually. This tends to make the paragraph look ugly and hard to read, but it is useful for centring figures, tables etc. Inside another environment you can use \centering .

## How do I use different fonts in LaTeX?

Changing default font typeface The font can also be changed for a specific element in the document. The command \fontfamily{qcr}\selectfont will set the TeX gyre cursor font typeface, whose fontcode is qcr , for the text inside the braces. A lot more LaTeX font typefaces are available, see the reference guide.

## How do you completely justify text in LaTeX?

Fully justified text In LaTeX text is fully-justified by default and if a switch command such as \raggedright or \raggedleft is used the text alignment can not be switched back. For this case scenario you can use the package ragged2e.

## How do I reference a link in LaTeX?

Links to a web address or email can added to a LaTeX file using the rl command to display the actual link or \href to use a hidden link and show a word/sentence instead. There are two commands in the example that generate a link in the final document: \href{http://www.sharelatex.com}{Something Linky}