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By default in scrbook chapter alway start on an odd (i.e. right in double side printing) page. Use the option open=any to allow a chapter start on even pages too. \documentclass[ open = any, ]{scrbook} \begin{document} \chapter{Chapter Heading} Text \chapter{Chapter Heading} Text \chapter{Chapter Heading} Text \end{document}


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Package hypcap is called with option all in class siamart0516: \RequirePackage[all]{hypcap} [1.11] Option all is a shortcut for the option list figure, figure*, table, table*. Also there is a global option table: \documentclass[table]{siamart0516} That means, the code for option table is executed twice, as part of option all and as global option table. ...


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You have to specify a bigger value for the line width (page 19 of the manual of standalone. You don't need a full-fledged subfigure (by the way, this package is obsolete, use subfig or subcaption), nor you need figure that just makes a difficult life to varwidth. \documentclass[border=10pt,varwidth=30cm]{standalone} \usepackage{graphicx,capt-of} \...


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Something like this? Faking a long page height with 500cm and removing top and bottom margins, but there will be a distinguished separation at the page boundary. TeXnically the a dimension register is restricted to 16384pt, which is about 5.73m. \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{microtype} \usepackage[paperheight=500cm,paperwidth=10cm,vmargin={...


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I propose to do it with enumitem and a custom description environment. I replace \item with an \event command, which accepts three arguments and does the exact formatting. \documentclass[12pt, british]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{babel} \usepackage[showframe]{geometry} \usepackage[autostyle]{csquotes} \usepackage{enumitem} \...


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You could define your commands like given below: \newcommand{\FIRST}[1]{\gdef\@FIRST{#1}} \newcommand{\SECOND}[1]{\gdef\@SECOND{#1}} \newcommand{\THIRD}[1]{\gdef\@THIRD{#1}} \let\@FIRST\@empty \let\@SECOND\@empty \let\@THIRD\@empty Then later inside \maketitle you could replace \FIRST, \SECOND and \THIRD to \@FIRST, \@SECOND and \@THIRD respectively. Now ...


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I was using the exact same style file for N years and having a hard time today to use some packages. Here's the hack I succeeded based on Ulrike's suggestion. First, replace following lines in res_yy.sty \input article.sty \ds@centered \ds@overlapped with %\input article.sty \ds@line \ds@margin Then, in the main .tex file, replace \documentstyle[...


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I suggest to use longtable which is both already centered by default and capable of page breaks. \ProvidesClass{Employee}[2016/07/11 version 1.00 Employee's Salaries] \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} \LoadClass{article} %%% \RequirePackage{tabu} \RequirePackage{longtable} \RequirePackage{url} % Why? \newcommand{\employee}[2]{% #1 & #2\tabularnewline \...


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(Edited to incorporate information received via comments after I posted an initial answer.) According to the final link you provided in the comments, the bibliographic entries must not only be sorted alphabetically by authors' surnames, but they must also be formatted according to APA-6 guidelines. Moreover, the citation call-outs must use authoryear style ...


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There is actually no problem; it's just how recent versions of the software deal with output page dimensions. The fundam class is from 1998 and its pagination parameters are set so that the text block appears (almost) centered on A4 paper. However, recent versions of LaTeX try to better cope with the problem, so they do set the paper width and height based ...


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The file mmadoc.tex uses \usepackage[dvips,...]{hyperref}% Shortened here... This is no error as long as latex is used and not pdflatex or lualatex since those are running in PDF mode. The example below is the shortest one that has the same error: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[dvips]{hyperref} \begin{document} \end{document} ! Package ...



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