{starred-version} is about command variants that are followed by a *.

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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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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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How to turn equation tags off by default?

I'm writing a document in which very few of the equations actually need tags. So instead of using starred environments, I would much prefer to exchange the meaning of the starred with the non-starred ...
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Starred version of “xtabular” not working

I want to insert a long table in a two-column paper. I tried "tabular" first, but the problem is that it doesn't divide the table among pages. Then people in this post suggested that I use xtab: In ...
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Starred equivalent in newenvironment

Let's say I want to use the align-environment in a newenvironment like this: \newenvironment{mequation}{\align}{\endalign} This works fine. However, what if I want to use the starred version of ...