{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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nbconvert-generated labels fail with babel, work without it or with large margins

I'm using ipython nbconvert (which uses pandoc) to transform an IPython notebook and the document code contains the following lines \subsection{Vytvářeni polí ...
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Is there a reason for \usepackage with options in a separate line?

I understand that these two commands do the same thing: \usepackage[letterpaper, landscape, margin=2in]{geometry} and \usepackage{geometry} \geometry{legalpaper, landscape, margin=2in} Is there ...
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Why does \newgeometry from the geometry package not change the papersize?

What technical reasons are behind this? From manual of package geometry: ... paper size options (such as papersize, paper=a4paper and so forth), which can’t be changed with \newgeometry.
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Geometry package unexpected interaction with global twoside option and baselinestretch

The gif animation is obtained with the following tex code (by commenting out and restoring the corresponding parts of the preamble) and demonstrates that if twoside option is supplied as a global ...
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How to set a binding offset with tufte-book class?

I'm typesetting a book using the tufte-book class. For printing I need to set a binding offset (say, 0.5in). However, I can't seem to get this to work using the geometry package settings as one would ...
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Using a switch to pass an option

I created a switch which is defined iff a new geometry should be twosided. Currently, my code looks like this: \ifdefined\@TwosideSwitch% \typeout{SwitchGiven!}% \newgeometry{twoside=true, ...}% ...
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Does memoir and geometry mix well?

I have somewhere along the way gotten the impression that the geometry package and the memoir class handles the page-setup a bit differently, but I have also gotten the impression that they do not mix ...
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Page margins in .Rtex

I'm using ShareLatex to write my thesis (which relies heavily on R) but the page size changes when I set my document to "main.Rtex" instead of "main.tex". I provide a minimal example so you can check ...
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How to set proper paper margins?

I am trying to send a paper to a conference with specific margin requirements. I use the geometry package to define the margins. \usepackage[papersize={8.5in,11in}, left=1in, right=1in, top=1in, ...
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Newgeometry changes all document

I am trying to set different margins for some pages of my Thesis. Essentially, I want some pages to have larger margins, since they contain big tables. I use the \input command to include big Tables ...
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Why does increasing hscale produce overfull hbox?

I would like help understanding why increasing the proportion of the page available for text produces an overfull \hbox error. In the output, this results in my preliminary markers being skewed right. ...
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How set margins to print when pdf files are inserted?

I am using book style to prepare a meterial(which has to be printed and binded) which contains so many pdf files.. To include the pdf files I am using \includepdf options by using the package ...
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geometry's bindingoffset seems to be ignored

The geometry's documentation tells: page 9: "bindingoffset removes a specified space from the lefthand-side of the page for oneside or the inner-side for twoside.", page 10 (caption of Figure 6): ...
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How to change margin for first page of Bibliography Only

I need the top margin to be 2 inches on the first page of my Bibliography and all subsequent pages in the Bibliography to have 1 inch top margins. I am using BibTeX to manage my references and using ...
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How to center horizontally the text area in the “tufte-book” class?

In the following code, I want to center horizontally the text area (main body+margin area), but the centering option of the geometry package doesn't have any affects. Is there a way to do this? ...
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print crop margings for bindingoffset

I would like to have a template for reformatting some arbitrary \LaTeX document in a way, that I can print and cut it, to glue it into my lab-book. To this end, the output should introduce a ...
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control margins with geometry or fullpage

Is there a better way to set \topmargin -1.5cm \textwidth 15.5cm \textheight 23.5cm \oddsidemargin 0.7cm \evensidemargin 1.2cm perhaps using \usepackage{geometry} or \usepackage{fullpage}? What are ...
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How to lock some part of marginpar area?

Consider the following layout. I'd like to lock some part of marginpar area. For example, after 6cm from the top, skip 4cm and the margin area continues below.
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Spacing within a box, relative to the page

I am attempting to place a textbox precisely 75mm from the top edge of a page (to correspond with a cut-out on the cover). On printing this out, I noticed I was getting positioning problems, so got ...
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How to prevent Coverpage and Tableofcontents to set margin

I set the margin like this: \usepackage[top=2.5cm, outer=1.5cm, inner=3cm, bottom=2.5cm]{geometry} But on the first two pages (Coverpage + TableOfContents), I want to have the same margin on the ...
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How to have the same top/bottom margins (from the footer/header, if any) and the same left/right margins in the book class

I have the following document. Thanks to the answer http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/272591/ the absolute text-height is 20 cm (text-height+footer+header=20cm). I would that the left and the right ...
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Geometry package: Lengths saved by default. Options for save/load/restore

The geometry package: Package lengths are not saved as lengths. Examples: layoutheight, tmargin The following only affect the complete layout: \savegeometry \loadgeometry \restoregeometry ...
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Conventional margins and font size for a (big) thesis in computer science

I am writing a big thesis in computer science. I use geometry package for the page layout. For the font size, I hesitate between 11pt and 12pt. Let's assume I use 12pt here. Because I want the page ...
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Wrong A4 measurements that are not “pagesize” solvable

I would like my pdf document to have an a4 format. \documentclass[a4paper,12pt,oneside]{article} \begin{document} Text, text, text... \end{document} Unfortunately, when I print the pdf document ...
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Geometry Package Not Working with Standalone Class

Here is my TeX file (test.tex) I am trying to process (initially the TeX was successfully being processed on an Ubuntu 10.04 OS, but the server I am on was upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04 and now things ...
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How to fix the geometry error: \paperwidth too short when using the savetrees package with sig-alternate

I am trying to use the savetrees package with the sig-alternate class but I am receiving the following error: /usr/local/texlive/2014/texmf-dist/tex/latex/geometry/geometry.sty ! Package geometry ...
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Hi. How create a book with total page size (215mm,285mm)?

I use This code: If this is corect? ‎‎\usepackage[‎a4paper,total={215mm,285mm}‎,‎top=3cm,bottom=3cm,headsep=10pt, vmargin=2cm, outermargin=7cm, innermargin=2.5cm, marginparwidth=4cm, ...