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Change font family locally (using package with limited scope)

I want to be able to use small caps for chapter headings. According to Using \textsc{} within \section{} CM default font does not support small caps so I need to use: \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} in ...
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Enlarge small caps and memoir headers

I enlarged the small caps of my font by using the letltxmacro package. This works fine in text, chapter titles, etc., but I'm using the \pagestyle{ruled} under memoir which causes even page headers to ...
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\textsc not working after \renewcommand

I recently fond a nice document template (here) andI would like to use it for my thesis. However, the template uses the following line to change the default font for small capitals text: ...
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Faking small caps in XeLaTeX

In the post Fake small caps with XeTeX/fontspec? I have found the following definitions to fake small caps \def\mycommand{\bgroup\obeyspaces\mycommandaux} \def\mycommandaux#1{\mycommandauxii ...
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Redefine \textsc for slightly large small caps

In most fonts, the small caps are as tall as the x-height, but this looks weird when you want to tack an 's' onto the end of an abbreviation to make it plural (discussed in depth on typophile). I can ...
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\TeX in small caps?

I'm writing a handout for an informal LaTeX course I'm running. I want to use small caps to highlight important words concepts etc. I mention the editor TeXshop, and since I think the names of editors ...
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Writing bold small caps with mathpazo package

The URW Palldio font (mathpazo package) does not provide bold small caps. To get round this issue, I'd want to make a macro to use small caps usually and normal caps in bold text. I tried this code: ...