# Squeezing space in latex

Remember also that LaTeX doesn't like putting a heading right at the bottom of a page - it would rather leave space. Without changing the point size of a font you might be able to fit more text on a page by choosing a more compact font like Times. Environments The atbeginend.

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Otherwise put the following suggested by Axel Reichert in the preamble. Sometimes excessive white space around a figure isn't LaTeX's fault. The paralist package offers a squeezing space in latex environment that puts less space between items and an inparaenum environment that doesn't create new paragraphs for each item.

To have more control use the geometry package. Without changing the point size of a font you might be able to fit more text on a page by choosing a more compact font like Times. The savetrees package executes many of these methods, packing as much text as possible onto each page.