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accepted How do I make a table with cells with a width equal to a fraction of the width of the page (excluding margins)?
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comment How do I make a table with cells with a width equal to a fraction of the width of the page (excluding margins)?
Oh, thank you! Also for the showframe -- it really helps in seeing what's going on. I was trying to subtract 12pt from 0.2\linewidth, so it didn't work. (I also couldn't figure out what the default space size was!)
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accepted Is it okay to scan a book (that I own) strictly for personal use?
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@Bitwise I'm asking more about its legality. The ethicality of it will most likely vary on the person who is asked anyway :)
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@Pont You make good points. In my situation, though, I have access to a sheetfed scanner at a library. I'm thinking of dismantling the book entirely (as I never use it as "a book" per se, but rather more of a reference material which I use to check answers and look at solutions, so having it digitally is more convenient for me. Thus, I'm presuming that I don't need to spend much time manually scanning the book.
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@O.R.Mapper I am in Germany, so thanks, haha! I would be interested in the ruling in the US as well, however. Additionally, the book was published in Australia, so that may play a role in this. I have updated the question with an additional copyright notice that there exists in the book.
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