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Just reporting the workaround I eventually used. I inserted the command \linespread{0.99} where applicable. \ifthenelse{\boolean{AuthorVersion}}{ \linespread{0.99} % apparently hyperref changes layout for this paper, so adjust slightly \usepackage{hyperref} % for hyper references of citations, sections, etc. ... }{ \linespread{0.99} ...

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You should let the align environment handle the numbering for you. Then the numbers will appear close to the right margin and the equations will be centered correctly. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{showframe} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} The equation is \begin{align} 4x &= 3x + 3.\\ \shortintertext{Then we have} 3x+3&\leq 4x ...

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You shouldn't use \flushleft: this macro exists only to make \begin{flushleft} work. You might be able to solve your problem with \begin{FlushLeft} \bibliography{mybibfile} \end{Flushleft} that will make less likely that the final box in the entries produces the bad behavior. Note that FlushLeft is provided by ragged2e that you're already loading.

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Per jon's comment above, \setboolean{SetDSpace}{false} worked, with my custom .cls, to change double- to single-spacing, and \setboolean{SetDSpace}{true} will restore double-spacing. Thank you all for your help!

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You can redefine labeling (as defined in scrextend.sty) to include a desired value for \itemsep; in my example I chose 4pt (line marked with % <- Here), but you can use any desired value: \documentclass[DIV12,pagesize,11pt,a4paper]{scrartcl} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \linespread{1.0} ...

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Like this? \documentclass[11pt, authoryear, 3p]{elsarticle} \usepackage{tikz,enumitem,setspace,kantlipsum} \usetikzlibrary{shapes,positioning,arrows} \begin{document} \doublespacing \kant[1] \begin{figure}[htb] \tikzset{dataset/.style = {rectangle, draw, text width = 2in, minimum height=1in}} \begin{tikzpicture}[auto, font={\scriptsize}] % Place nodes ...

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The package setspace makes some work just to avoid footnotes having increased leading. If you want a devastatingly awful document (I know, it's not your fault, but the institution's rules you have to comply with), then just issue \linespread{1.5} before \begin{document} and don't load setspace. \documentclass[11pt, a4paper, oneside]{book} ...

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If you're managing this as a one-off thing, you could just use ...\footnote{\setstretch{1.5}...}... Alternatively, you can add \setstretch{1.5} as part of the \footnotelayout (supplied by footmisc: \renewcommand{\footnotelayout}{\setstretch}{1.5}} Here is an example using the latter suggestion: \documentclass[11pt, a4paper, oneside]{book} ...

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