{geometry} is a package that allows to change the margins of (whole) pages and, conversely, the width and height of the textblock and its positioning on the page.

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How can I adjust margins using the geometry package so that I can put section titles in margin and not mess up fancyhdr?

I'm currently updating my CV and I am trying to mimic the CV found at http://www.tedpavlic.com/post_resume_cv_latex_example.php This particular example modifies the margins so that the section ...
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I get an error when using `\ExecuteOptions` together with `\usepackage{geometry}`

I'm writing a custom document class. It's kinda simple, but it will use the geometry package to set page size, orientation and margins. However... Whenever I use that package, the \ExecuteOptions ...
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header spacing trouble

I'm using the fancy header package, yet I've also adjusted all of my margins, to allow more text on each page as there is no need for the excessively large margins. I've run in to some trouble with ...
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Edit margins in res.cls (How to pass through correct value for “margin”?)

I'm creating a resumé using the res.cls package and need to make the left and bottom margins smaller. I know I can use e.g. \topmargin=-0.5in to decrease the space at the top of the page, but neither ...
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Storing the original document class page layout with geometry

Is it possible, using the geometry package, to store (and restore) the original layout specified by the document class (in my case, the class is report)? Here is some context. I have been editing ...
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What's the absolute largest paper size permissible with pdflatex?

I've had occasion to typeset extraordinarily large matrices, which I didn't seriously expect anyone to expect in detail (without a computer) or print, but I needed it to be obvious that they were ...