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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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Simply insert a leading space in front of each line in the example block: #+TITLE: my-org-file.org An example of org-style headers: #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE * Title1 ** Subtitle1a ** Subtitle1b * Title2 ** Subtitle2a #+END_EXAMPLE


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I would use #+ATTR_LATEX: :width 10.6\textwidth [[file:curves.jpg]] This is described here: https://orgmode.org/manual/Images-in-LaTeX-export.html For specifying image ‘:width’, ‘:height’, and other ‘:options’, use this syntax: #+ATTR_LATEX: :width 5cm :options angle=90 [[./img/sed-hr4049.pdf]]


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As others have said, it seems there is no out-of-the-box solution to this problem. Here is a hacky solution that uses an output filter and a regex to remove the id attributes from the final HTML output: (defun html-body-id-filter (output backend info) "Remove random ID attributes generated by Org." (when (eq backend 'html) (replace-regexp-in-string ...


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