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PDF export is handled by LaTeX, which provides endless ways to customize your document presentation. A relatively simple way to apply side-by-side formatting to tables in org-mode is to wrap them in minipage environments: #+ATTR_LATEX: :options {0.4\textwidth} #+begin_minipage | one | two | three | |-----+-----+-------| | cat | dog | fish | |-----+-----+---...


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Your init file defines a notes class that can be used by org when exporting to LaTeX: #+LATEX_CLASS: notes It works fine, in the sense that it produces a latex output that starts out like this: \documentclass{notes} ... But then, the org exporter calls pdflatex (or xelatex or something else depending on your setup) to process the LaTeX file. And guess ...


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You can use special blocks to achieve this: * section 1 \hfill #+attr_latex: :options {0.95\textwidth} #+begin_minipage - S1 - S2 #+end_minipage


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You can add arbitrary LaTeX code to your org mode file like this: * Section 1 #+LATEX: \hfill #+LATEX: \begin{minipage}{0.95\textwidth} - S1 item 1 - S1 item 2 #+LATEX: \end{minipage} That will produce exactly what you want (plus a label, but that's standard).


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As suggested by @Drew, this can be achieved by setting isearch-filter-predicate appropriately. Indeed, the docstring for query-replace includes: C-h f query-replace ... Ignore read-only matches if ‘query-replace-skip-read-only’ is non-nil, ignore hidden matches if ‘search-invisible’ is nil, and ignore more matches using ‘isearch-filter-...


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The issue you describe was a bug in AUCTeX which was fixed with this change. This change loads hyperref.el when you request the beamer class and are asked for class options, making LaTeX-hyperref-package-options-list available before the style hook runs.


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