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Please, how can I delete space between minitoc and the introduction?

\chapter{chapter 1}
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I'd put the \label before \minitoc (just for being on the safe side). Why are you doing \renewcommand{\baselinestretch}{1}? – egreg Sep 17 '12 at 17:30
to reduce spacing between lines in the minitoc – researcher Sep 17 '12 at 18:37
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You can use \vspace to add or delete vertical space before or after \minitoc. For example:


You can also define this group of commands as new command (\miniminitoc, for instance) in the preample:


And then simply change \minitoc by \miniminitoc in all chapters. This is convenient to maintain a clean code in the body but also for subsequent adjustments (since only is needed to make changes in the preamble to adjust all the indexs)

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