{scrlttr2} is for questions addressing issues related to the new letter class `scrlttr2`

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Different textwidths on first and following pages with scrlttr2

Is it possible to have diverging values for \textwidth on the first page and all other pages. On the first page I would like to set the width of the text to 12cm, on the following pages to 16cm. ...
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Right align \komavar entries inside a column defined by \setplength

I am scratching a custom invoice template based on scrlttr2 from the KOMA-Script and example code provided by Markus Kohm (specifically, the files asymTypB.lco and briefwbk.tex to be found under ...
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Different margin on first page

To meet the conditions of our corporate design I need other margins on the first page of each document. The normal page layout is given by \usepackage[left=3cm,right=2cm,bottom=3cm,top=2cm]{geometry} ...
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How to remove space between back address and address in scrlttr2?

There is a blank line between the back address and the address? How can I remove it? \documentclass{scrlttr2} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{ngerman, ae} ...
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How can I reduce top margin in scrlttr2?

i'm having problems searching for the solution. I'm writing a simple letter and I see that top margin is too large. I tried \setlength\topmargin{-50pt} recommended in this answer, but nothing ...
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scrlttr2 Change vertical space between sender address and email/phone

Is it possible to control the vertical space between different elements in the sender-block of scrlttr2, i.e. increase the space between the address (street + town) and the following elements ...
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Align letter body in scrlttr2 with adressfield

How can I align the body of the following letter with the adressfield. More precisely the text generated by \setkomavar{subject}{\bfseries Subject} \opening{Dear Mr. XY,} \lipsum[6] ...