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One option is to use a rubber length for \bibitemsep \setlength{\bibitemsep}{12pt plus 10pt minus 10pt} %% adjust this suitably You have to adjust plus 10pt minus 10pt suitably at the end (for example give some more value). Code: \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{book} \usepackage{lipsum,showframe} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...


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The desired effect can be achieved by redefining \bibsetup, i.e., \renewcommand{\bibsetup}{\flushbottom} According to the manual \bibsetup contains Arbitrary code to be executed at the beginning of the bibliography, intended for commands which affect the layout of the bibliography.


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This can be used as a starting point. We use a twoside setup that are then tricked into looking like a oneside layout \documentclass[a4paper]{memoir} % just to show they are vastly different \setlrmarginsandblock{2cm}{4cm}* \checkandfixthelayout % trick \setlength\evensidemargin{\oddsidemargin} \usepackage{lipsum} \makepagestyle{m} ...


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a working answer, but before posting the working example in order for this to work, you must install Yiannis Lazarides package from his github it is necessary for the code to compile. instruction on how to install phd package available on his Github (a beautiful package - buggy but still awesome) TO INSTALL: UNZIP THE FILES, and on terminal (linux and OS X) ...


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I discovered xcoffins through this design, after that it was a breeze: \nouppercaseheads \newlength\BOOK@bleed \setlength{\BOOK@bleed}{3mm} \NewCoffin\headerWrap \NewCoffin\headerText \NewCoffin\headerRule \NewCoffin\headerPageNum \newlength\BOOK@headWidth \newlength\BOOK@headExtra \setlength{\BOOK@headExtra}{2em} \setlength{\BOOK@headWidth}{\textwidth ...


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I use Adobe InDesign CS5. If your layout program is older, newer, or different then there may be some difference in terminology or how the New Document window looks. If you don't see all of the options above, look for a button that says something like "More Options", click to display more settings.


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Here is a very simple solution, loading titleps via the pagestyles option of titlesec, instead of fancyhdr: \documentclass[openany]{book} \usepackage[a4paper]{geometry} \usepackage{multicol} \usepackage{parskip} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{changepage} \usepackage{lipsum} \pagestyle{plain} %CHAPTER FORMAT \usepackage[pagestyles]{titlesec} ...


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The purpose of \backmatter is not to change page numbering, which would make very little sense (understatement for “meaningless”). After \backmatter, chapters are not numbered any more, but they automatically go in the table of contents when specified with \chapter{title}. Some instututions, that have very little respect for typography and common sense, ...


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The \backmatter command has the effect of changing numbered chapters to unnumbered ones, but not to change the page numbering format. If you want roman page numbering in the backmatter, add the following lines in your preamble: \usepackage{etoolbox} \makeatletter \patchcmd{\backmatter} {\@mainmatterfalse} {\@mainmatterfalse\pagenumbering{roman}} {} {} ...


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In the book document class, the macros \frontmatter, \mainmatter, and \backmatter are defined as follows (cf the file book.cls): \newcommand\frontmatter{% \cleardoublepage \@mainmatterfalse \pagenumbering{roman}} \newcommand\mainmatter{% \cleardoublepage \@mainmattertrue \pagenumbering{arabic}} \newcommand\backmatter{% ...



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