## What is smaller than tiny in LaTeX?

For instance, memoir class has 12 font sizes (9pt, 10pt, 11pt, 12pt, 14pt, 17pt, 20pt, 25pt, 30pt, 36pt, 48pt and 60pt). It also has two more size commands: \miniscule for a smaller size than \tiny and \HUGE for a larger size than \Huge .

**How do I reduce the size of a formula in LaTeX?**

Just put \small before the equation and \normalsize after it if you want to shrink the font, but it’s usually better to use an ams multi-line equation environment than to change font size.

**What is the smallest font size in LaTeX?**

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standard font size | ||
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scriptsize | 5pt | 8pt |

footnotesize | 6pt | 10pt |

small | 7pt | 11pt |

normalsize | 8pt | 12pt |

### What is smaller than a miniscule?

In this page you can discover 31 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for minuscule, like: miniscule, microscopic, tiny, diminutive, insignificant, minute, small, unimportant, dwarf, lilliputian and midget.

**How do you write small in LaTeX?**

\documentclass{article} \begin{document} \textit{\textbf{ the topic discussed is Latex.}\ newline}…LATEX STYLES.

Style | command |
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upright | \textup{upright} |

SMALL CAP | \textsc{small cap] |

**What is the LaTeX font?**

Knuth’s Computer Modern

The default font for LaTeX is Knuth’s Computer Modern, which gives default documents created with LaTeX the same distinctive look as those created with plain TeX. XeTeX allows the use of OpenType and TrueType (that is, outlined) fonts for output files.

## How many font sizes are available in LaTeX?

Latex Fonts: The point size can be described in the way [10pt]. The other font sizes are 8pt, 9pt, 10pt, 11pt, 12pt, 14pt, 17pt, 20pt. The default font size for Latex is 10pt.

**How do you make a space in LaTeX?**

The \hspace command adds horizontal space. The length of the space can be expressed in any terms that LaTeX understands, i.e., points, inches, etc. You can add negative as well as positive space with an \hspace command. Adding negative space is like backspacing.

**What is Vspace in LaTeX?**

The \vspace command adds vertical space. The length of the space can be expressed in any terms that LaTeX understands, i.e., points, inches, etc. You can add negative as well as positive space with an \vspace command. LaTeX removes vertical space that comes at the end of a page.

### Is tiny smaller than small?

Tiny is smaller than small. In fact, its definition is “very small.” It is used to describe very small things when you think using the word “small” is still too big to describe it/them. For example: The ladybug is tiny.

**Is miniscule smaller than miniature?**

As adjectives the difference between miniature and minuscule is that miniature is smaller than normal while minuscule is written in minuscules, lower-case.