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I started using biblatex for manuscript writing, since removing url and doi information from Mendeley .bib files seemed like a strenuous task. Questions and answers here have been a great help to get me started. However, I am struggling to remove the top margin header for the \printbibliography, which is automatically added with a following preamble command:

\usepackage[
backend = bibtex,
    citestyle=authoryear,doi=false,url=false,isbn=false,natbib=true,maxbibnames=99,
    maxcitenames=2,
    firstinits
 ]{biblatex}

The only way I managed to remove the margin header was by forcing some white space into the bibliography title and adding a References section.

\section*{References}
\printbibliography[title= \vspace{0.8cm}]

However, this introduces some horizontal white space between "References" title and the reference list. I am sure that there is a proper way doing this, but as a LaTeX beginner, I am having a hard time understanding the Biblatex manual. Could someone tell me how to remove bibliography top margin header, please?

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Would you please add a MWE? It's important to know what class you're using. It's not clear what you mean by "top margin header". –  egreg Oct 29 '12 at 21:15
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If I understand correctly, you want a bibliography with the title "references", formatted as if it were a section head, but not added to running heads (or, given the method you are using, the table of contents).

In that case, first define a new bibliography heading style, thus:

\defbibheading{myheading}[References]{%
  \section*{#1}}

And then use that as the heading option to the bibliography:

\printbibliography[heading=myheading]

If you want to add this to the table of contents, but not to the page headers, add

 \addcontentsline{toc}{section}{#1}

within your heading definition.

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Yes. You understood correctly and the solution works perfectly. Thank you and sorry for not providing MWE. –  Mikko Oct 29 '12 at 21:23
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