# Multiple columns - Overleaf, Online LaTeX Editor - latex multicols

## Adding a column separator line and extra space between columns in LaTeX – texblog latex multicols

If you need more flexibility in the column layout, or to create a document with multiple columns, the package multicol provides a set of commands for that.

Multicol defines a multicols environment which typesets text in multiple The package is part of the latex-tools bundle in the LaTeX required distribution.

\usepackage{lipsum,multicol} \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} \title{ Introduction to \LaTeX} \author{xport} \begin{document} \begin{multicols}{2} \ maketitle.

\end{multicols} where 〈number〉 is the required number of columns and 〈multi- column text〉 may contain arbi- trary LATEX commands, except.

I just mention it specifically to confirm Johannes answer, because the minimal example code above does it right (\end{multicols} with an s).