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Where can I find definition of starred version of \chapter command to redefine it

General question I need to redefine how starred version of \chapter command (that is \chapter*) works in book class. I found definition of not-starred version of \chapter command in book class: ...
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How can I add chapter support to and find information about the paper class?

I typed paper instead of report by accident as the argument of \documentclass... and discovered that paper is very, very nice. However, it doesn't seems to support chapters. How can I add chapter ...
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Modifying formatting of Table of Contents heading

I am finishing up my Master's thesis and need to modify the formatting of the heading for the Table of Contents (TOC). My university's guidelines require "TABLE OF CONTENTS" to appear in all caps in ...
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Book Class: Instructor's Guide [closed]

I am currently an undergraduate student finishing my bachelor's in mathematics. For my Complex Analysis course, my instructor personally chose me to create an Instructor's Guide for the course. The ...
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How do I put chapters into a LaTeX document?

I used the following LaTeX tag to make a chapter \chapter{title here} but it did not compile. The LaTeX compiler was talking about Undefined control sequence How can I get over this error?
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Forcing new chapter not to start on an odd page [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Chapter on the right side - How to turn it off? I am using a document class amsbook which I like very much, except for one thing: each new chapter starts on an ...
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Chapter on the right side - How to turn it off?

As a documentclass I use book. Chapters always start on the right hand side. How can I turn it off? I don't want to have empty pages. I don't care on which side starts new chapter.