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I'm planning to use the classicthesis package for typesetting my PhD, however the university regulations dictate that it must be printed one-sided. Is there a way of configuring classicthesis, such that the left margin is always the inner and the right margin the outer? The default behaviour of alternating inner and outer margins looks very odd when printed single-sided.

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Is this really related to the classicthesis package? It should depend on the document class you use. Try to add the option oneside to your document class command.

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Stephan, you are correct. The declaration of the classicthesis document type includes twoside as a default option. I have changed this and all is well. Thanks. – Andy Apr 4 '12 at 7:01

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