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The tabular environment can be used in any mode whereas the tabbing environment can be used only in paragraph mode and it starts a new paragraph. The tabular environment generates a box, which LaTeX treats as one (albeit very large) letter; it cannot be split across pages. A long tabbing environment can be split across pages. TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for users of TeX, LaTeX, ConTeXt, and related typesetting systems. Tabbing environment with automatic tab stops. 2. Filling blank space \hspace with \dotfill in \tabbing environment? 5.

How to use Tabs in LaTeX. To use tabs, you want to use the "tabbing" environment. (This is all described on page 62 of the latex book). It's probably easiest to explain this by example. \end{tabbing} The tabbing environment provides a way to align text in columns. It works by setting tab stops and tabbing to them much the way you do with an ordinary typewriter. \= The \= command sets the tab stops. \> The \> command causes LaTeX to advance to the next tab stop.

Mar 08, 2010 · Re: Tabbing, alignment Post by frabjous» Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:51 am For the record, you can right align in a tabbing environment using the \` command, which will push the text right aligned up to the next tab stop, or the end of the line if there are no more assigned. Is it possible to set tab stops in some sort of initial formatting declaration, abstractly? The code examples I see around town all show tabs being set by example, with \= in the first line of actual text within the tabbing environment. But I would like to avoid that; my first line will never have enough text in it to fill out up to the place where the tab is to be set.