# How can I make a manual a cover for a report?

I need a simple cover but I don't know how set personalized spaces and positions to achieve what I really want. I need something like this

Education Institution
Location

Centered title a little over the middle page
hopefully with a letter more bigger than normal

Author             : my
Responsable Teacher: my teacher
Course             : mycourse
Date               : 7/7/2011
Note the aligned   : Colons!


I hope someone could give me a hint.

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@voodoomsr: I just noticed that you have accepted answers to a lot of your questions, but that you have cast only one vote so far. Please note that upvoting an answer has to be done separately from accepting it. –  lockstep May 8 '11 at 16:44
This is almost a duplicate of this tex.stackexchange.com/questions/17579/… –  Yiannis Lazarides May 8 '11 at 16:46
@YiannisLazarides no their not the same. Look the solutions difference. What i ask is very simple wihout the use of any sophisticated package. The 2 answers that i get here is all that i need. –  mjsr May 8 '11 at 17:17
@voodoomsr I think lockstep's point is that although you've asked 11 questions (and accepted many of them) the fact that you have cast only one vote means that even for answers which you have accepted, you haven't given them votes. Minimally it makes sense give a vote to any answer you accept; it's also reasonable to upvote similar answers that are also helpful, even if you don't accept them. (This is especially true in the case of multiple near identical answers to a question.) –  Alan Munn May 8 '11 at 17:28
@voodoomsr If the question is so simple, then you could have found the answer by googling on your own; if not, then surely the answer deserves an upvote. Also, what counts as a "simple question" will vary greatly by user skill and experience. From my perspective, many questions are simple, but that doesn't mean that they are simple to the people who asked them. Voting also serves as a way for others to see that answers work, they also provide a bit of incentive for users to keep answering (everyone here is a volunteer, after all.) –  Alan Munn May 8 '11 at 18:12

\documentclass[11pt]{scrreprt}
\usepackage{array}
\begin{document}
\begin{titlepage}
\begin{flushleft}
Education Institution\\
Location
\end{flushleft}

\vspace*{3cm}
\begin{center}
\Large Centered title a little cover over the middle page
\end{center}

\vfill

\begin{flushright}
\begin{tabular}{l@{:\hspace*{\tabcolsep}}l}
Author & my \\
Respansable Teacher & my teacher \\
\end{tabular}
\end{flushright}

\end{titlepage}
\end{document}

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It is wise to separate content from presentation by placing the title, author, date, etc in macros defined at the very beginning of the document. Then, if your title page becomes complex you don't have to hunt around in the styling markup for what needs to be replaced. –  Sharpie May 8 '11 at 17:15
\begin{titlepage}
\parindent=0pt
Education Institution\\
Location

\vfill
\begin{center}
Centered title a little over the middle page\\
hopefully with a letter more bigger than normal
\end{center}

\vfill
\hfill\begin{tabular}{l@{: }l}
Author             & my\\
Responsable Teacher& my teacher\\
Course             & mycourse\\
Date               & 7/7/2011\\
Note the aligned   & Colons!\\
\end{tabular}
\end{titlepage}

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