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I created a title page with command:


but when I add in the page of the title some elements another page is created and the title is in that new page created. How can I join title and other element such as figures in only one page?



\title{Scelta di un progetto di investimento}
\author{Vincenzo Pomona \\  Salvatore Mazzarino}



My document class is book

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Could you give a MWE? – cmhughes Apr 2 '12 at 10:15
I added a MWE.now should be clearer – Mazzy Apr 2 '12 at 10:18
@Mazzy: Where? Please read: minimal working example (MWE) – Marco Daniel Apr 2 '12 at 10:30
related question: tex.stackexchange.com/q/27543/4012. I'd say: Just don't use titlepage. – doncherry Apr 2 '12 at 12:14

\maketitle makes an additional title page; creating its own titlepage environment. Just remove your \maketitle.

The idea is either to a) create an automated title page with \author, \title, etc. and \titlepage, OR b) create a hand-made title page with \begin{titlepage}...\end{titlepage}.

If you delete \maketitle and make your own title page, don't forget to fill in \title and \author in the preamble of your document (before \begin{document}, since the class file will probably use this information for headers and things like that.

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