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How can I do title page like this](http://min.us/mchibO5)?

I'm using the mwrep document class.

Or could it be simpler, and it is possible to include a pdf with this title page to pdf generated by LEd?

How can I disable page number on title page?

How can I make title page not count into numbering (next page would have number 1)?

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The simplest way to do this is to prepare the title page as a separate PDF file, say with Scribus or LibreOffice or whatever. Then you can simply say

\usepackage{pdfpages} % <-- this goes in the preamble



if title.pdf is the file you prepared. If you load the emptypage package, the blank pages won't have anything on them.

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OK, that works, except my pdf file has two pages and your code onsly includes first page from them. – Ichibann Jul 12 '11 at 23:20
(Since I only added the first page of your document as in image, egreg couldn't have known that.) If you check the documentation for pdfpages you can find that adding [pages=1-] to the \includepdf command will do what you want. – Alan Munn Jul 12 '11 at 23:28
Thanks, that helped :) – Ichibann Jul 12 '11 at 23:55

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