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Sectioning using \titleformat results in problems with \subsection*

I am trying to write a Preface with subsections, but without sectionnumbers (since the preface is technically not really part of the report). The sections and subsections are constructed using ...
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\chaptertitle from titleps ignored after redefinition of \chapter macro

The following MWE shows that, if the \chapter macro is redefined as in a previous question of mine: Prepend different stuffs to starred and unstarred \chapter commands, the \chaptertitle macro from ...
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Prepend different stuffs to starred and unstarred \chapter commands

For the unnumbered sections units of documents built with a personal class (which inherits from the book class), I'd like to use: not the starred form of the corresponding commands, instead the ...
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ToC-title formatting problem

I am relatively new to Latex and I came across a problem I am not able to fix myself. From a friend I got a number of commands for formatting my chapter titles, which works quite well, unfortunately ...
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1answer
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How to remove the section number from References?

I am using the following for the bibliography part: \bibliographystyle{APA} \bibliography{Bibliography/mybib} and I am getting a section number for the reference part. How can I remove it (I just ...
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How to handle \section* with asterisk in my custom class [closed]

I've redefined sections and subsections in my .cls file in such a way that \section* results in bad behavior. For example, \section*{Introduction} These analyses were performed in my .tex file ...
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Why is it discouraged to use starred sectioning commands?

I'm currently considering to use \section* to add a nomenclature. Unfortunately I can't find the exact answer, but I've read on stackexchange that using starred versions of sectioning commands is ...
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\section* no longer hides the section number

I wanted to add a background color to my sections, but by doing so \section* no longer works properly, ie, it now shows the section number when I want to hide it. Any ideas? Here's my code: ...
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1answer
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How to use \section*{something} without removing it from the Table of Contents?

I am trying to insert an abstract and acknowledgement page into my report. I want to suppress the (numbers in front of): Abstract Acknowledgment part by using \section*. But by doing so, it is ...
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1answer
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titlesec and \section* in \titleformat

I use \titleformat (titlesec package) to make some fancy headings in my documents. But I did not find a way to know, in the \titleformat specifications, if the section is made with a \section or a ...
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Add a hrule to only chapter not numbered

I am thinking of adding a hrule to only chapters that are not numbered, in other words the chapters created using chapter*{}. I thought of using the titlesec package- My problem is that I cannot find ...
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What's the difference between \paragraph and \paragraph*?

Is there any difference between \paragraph{} and \paragraph*{}? When it's used (if nothing has been modified before, i.e. like in this post: Paragraph header), there's no difference in the created ...
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Redefining the section command, keeping the starred definition

Currently, I'm working with a document based on the standard book.cls. I redefined the section command (unstarred) to get a more fancy heading. But while doing this, I ran into some walls. ...
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1answer
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Reset section numbering between unnumbered chapters

The document I'm writing using report class has 2 unnumbered chapters. The sections of the 2nd chapter are numbered following the numbering of the sections of the 1st chapter, like this: MY FIRST ...
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Proper way to include unnumbered chapters in a per-chapter bibliography using biblatex

I've been using example 3.11.4 of the biblatex documentation to generate a per-chapter bibliography at the end of my thesis. It works great, until I try to make my introduction into an unnumbered ...
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Ignoring asterisks * in the whole document

When using * to remove headlines from the toc, there might be times when you would like to see all the headlines in the toc -- including the removed ones. But you would like to see the headlines just ...
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1answer
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Removing Subordinated Headline Levels From The ToC Automatically When Using `*`

Usually, when you use section*{}only the section will be removed from the toc. In order to remove subordinated subsections you have to add the *. Is it possible to define a command that removes ...
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How to \label-\ref an un-numbered section

I'm trying to 'reference' the \section*{Introduction} of my article. I can quite easily reference the \section{InsertSectionName} with a \label{} and a \ref{} (taking this as my definition of ...
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1answer
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Change the vertical spacing above unnumbered sections headings

How can I change the vertical spacing above the section heading that dont have a number (like for instance the table of contents, the list of figures and the bibliograpy) while keeping the spacing of ...
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How do I include a \section*{} in a \tableofcontents? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Centering \section* and adding them to the ToC I've got something like \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \section*{About this Article} ...
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Want \section* to change the page header

In a book, I have several numbered sections followed by an unnumbered section. I have placed an \addcontentsline following the \section* that introduces the unnumbered section, so that it will appear ...
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0answers
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How to get non-numbered sections to show in ToC [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Centering \section* and adding them to the ToC Adding unnumbered sections to TOC I'm writing a book and I want the sections within the main text to carry no ...
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2answers
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How do I reference an appendix when it is defined with \chapter*?

I have a problem with the reference of an annex. In the main .tex file I put %... couple of lines before this \include{ThesisChapter4} % \include{ThesisAppendixA} % Appendix A and in Appendix A I ...
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Creating unnumbered chapters/sections (plus adding them to the ToC and/or header)

I'm using the report document class for a thesis, and I need to add things like "Acknowledgements" and an "Introduction". I noticed that there is an \abstract command which would have been wonderful ...
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3answers
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Generate table of contents when \section* (sections without numbering) has been used

Is it possible just to generate a table of contents based on sections in asterisk mode, i.e., \section*? I basically just want the table of contents without section numbers. Like a list of headings ...
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3answers
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Own Section command working numbered and unnumbered

I use the following command to have section headings with subtitles \newcommand{\Section}[2]{\section[#1]{#1\\\small »#2«}} But now I only can have numbered sections because the * doesn't work for ...
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2answers
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Convert all \subsection to \subsection*

I want all of my \subsection behave like \subsection* Instead of adding * everywhere, I like to add a few lines in the preamble. What should I do? Can I just \renewcommand?
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3answers
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Underline and center headings

For a paper I have to make my LaTeX document guideline conforming. Many of you will already guess now that this means dirty work by violating virtually all possible typography standards. My biggest ...
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votes
1answer
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Behavior of starred section in beamer

In a LaTeX article, \section* behaves like this: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \begin{document} \section*{Not numbered} \thesection % --> 0 \section{Numbered} \thesection % --> 1 \end{document} ...
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1answer
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Acknowledgement page + report

I'm writing a report and I want to place the Acknowledgement page without \section because it will number it 0.1 I tried to place it in another TeX document and use \input in the main document, but ...
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votes
1answer
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How do I make appear no-numbered sections in the hyperlinks (bookmarks) of a PDF?

I am using \section*{} to get unnumbered sections in a document. I need to get those sections in the bookmarks of the resulting PDF but they don't show up. In addition, if the first section is ...
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1answer
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header and chapter*

I find it strange that the page header in the chapter “Title2” is not updated in the example below: \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \chapter{Title1} ...
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votes
2answers
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Vertical space after title of unnumbered chapters (bibliography/ToC)

The title pretty much says it all: It is possible to add arbitrary vertical space after the title of the ToC or bibliography page within the report document class?
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2answers
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Fix for amsart.cls tableofcontents bug regarding starred sections?

The command \section* is meant to produce a section that is not listed in the table of contents. However, when using amsart.cls, such sections are still listed. I believe this is a known bug. How ...
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Centering \section* and adding them to the ToC

I'm using LaTeX and the book class and have one problem: I want that my starred sections (only starred sections) appear in the center of the pages instead of the left side of the pages and also these ...