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This happens because you've inserted the cover page as part of the title, it should be before the title, and the style should be Standard. To fix this, place the cursor between the included PDF and the title, and hit enter to add a paragraph break between them. Then move the cursor to the paragraph containing the inserted PDF, and select Standard from the ...

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You rectangle larger than the paper by \pgflinewidth since the upper point for rectangle is at (\paperwidth,\paperheight). You can either use fill instead of filldraw → \fill[color=blue,use as bounding box] (0,0) rectangle (\paperwidth,\paperheight); or use ($(\paperwidth,\paperheight)+(-\pgflinewidth,-\pgflinewidth)$) in the construction of rectangle. ...

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Here is the final code, including the correction suggested by Jonas Granholm. \documentclass{book} \usepackage{color} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{adjustbox} % Martin Sharrer package \usepackage{calc} \usepackage{ifthen} % % % Method to adjust images to the same dimensions % % % By Amaru / Paul Gaborit / based on Martin Sharrer package "adjustbox" ...

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Jonas Granholm provided a clever solution. However, if the images are not of the same dimensions, the movie strip will be uneven (e.g.: first movie film strip, below). The "adjustbox" package (Martin Sharrer) and the code provided by Amaru / Paul Gaborit help to fix that problem (e.g.: second movie film strip below). Here is the final code: ...

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