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For a submission requirement I need that my document exactly fills a box of m x n inches.

Does anybody know how I can specify this in LaTeX?

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Are there any package restrictions you must adhere to? For example, geometry is the go-to layout package. – Werner May 8 '12 at 20:39
    
\usepackage[text={m in,n in},centering]{geometry} worked well, thank you – alex May 8 '12 at 20:50
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In your document preamble, use

\usepackage[includeheadfoot,width=<m>in,height=<n>in]{geometry}

where you specify <m> and <n> (or use text={<m>in,<n>in}). Add the showframe option to see the boundaries.

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