{scrpage2} is a package which allows the creation of custom page headers and footers.

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Saving the value of a text macro at the start of the page.

I have a macro that stores some text. I'd like to print the text of that macro as it was at the start of the page in the header, and as it is at the end of the page in the footer. I can do this for ...
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How can I use scrpage2 with scrartcl?

For displaying the current section's title in the page-header, I usually use the scrpage2 package with scrbook. However, now I would like to write a report with scrartcl, and my settings are not ...
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Replacing fancyhdr with scrpage2

I'm trying to reduce the number of packages I'm loading in my documents and I read on the KOMA documentation (and elsewhere) that it can define page styles better than fancyhdr. But each time I try to ...
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Switching from fancyhdr to srcpage2

Is it worth it to switch from the fancyhdr to the scrpage2 package? I am trying to assess it's worth because I am having problems making the headers of the listsofsomething all uppercase. I am using ...
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How to place a running header and a footer to the page with chapter/section heading?

Some people wants to remove running headers and footers from the pages, where a chapter or a section is begining. But I'd like to stay it in place. How can I make it? (I use KOMA-Script (scrbook) and ...
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How can I have multiple lines in a header or footer using scrpage2?

For an assignment at university I have to copy a lay-out template that is provided in Word but I want to use LaTeX. For this, I need to have two lines in the footer. How can I achieve this using ...
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How to customize headers and footers?

I'd like to modify the contents of my headers and footers - e.g., to display the current chapter and/or section title or to change the pagination alignment. How can I do that? I've noticed the ...