I'm currently writing LaTeX articles containing all of my lessons content in order to have it on a very few pages instead of the heavy thing the teacher gives us with exercises, demonstrations and so on.
The goal of it is to be really short so I can see it before an oral. I've already tried to improve this with :
\marginparwidth 0pt \oddsidemargin 0pt \evensidemargin 0pt \marginparsep 0pt \topmargin 0pt \textwidth 6.5in \textheight 8.5in
And I specified a small font-size in the document class :
This works really well. However, the
\maketitle command creates the title very low on the first page and this is kind of awkward.
Is there a workaround for this? And by the way do you have other tips to reduce the space taken by the text while still keeping it legible?