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With memoir, the syntax for \chapter and \section is extended: \chapter[toc-title][head-title]{title} If only one argument is used, the same input is used for the TOC and the header, so you want \chapter[t1][t2]{t2} Similarly for \section. Perhaps you're interested in an easier interface. I define the commands \Chapter and \Section. If called like ...

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hyperref provides the option linktocpage which can either true or false. This option can be used inside \hypersetup. make page number, not text, be link on TOC, LOF and LOT So you can use: \hypersetup{linktocpage=true} \listoffigures \hypersetup{linktocpage=false}

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memoir provides some fairly convenient commands for setting these. Firsly, you can remove the sections in the headers via \clearmark{section} Secondly, the command \createmark{chapter}... will set headings changing at each chapter. To get the standard style of chapter heading on each page write \makeatletter ...

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When you are reading manuals online, you of course make sure that the version you are using matches that manual. In this case it does not. Use an updated LaTeX installation.

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This is a workaround. Replace \setlength{\beforepoemtitleskip}{2.0in} with \let\oldpoemtitle\poemtitle \renewcommand{\poemtitle}{\vspace*{2.0in}\oldpoemtitle} so to redefine \poemtitle to have 2.0in space before it. The starred version of \vspace ensures the spacing even when no text comes before it in the page. Complete code: ...

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Please always supply a test document. This is easy if you are prepared to add some space manually in the second column. The wide text is just placed naturally in the first column together with some negative space so that it overprints the second column. then you just need to add a \vspace to leave a gap. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{multicol} ...

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It's not realy the indentation that's changing. What's happening is that memoir is using different widths for the left and right hand margins of your page. I might suggest using the geometry package to change this. You can use \usepackage[margin=1.75in]{geometry} to set the margins to 1.75in all around. But also, I'm not very familiar with the memoir ...

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The black box is caused simply by the overlapping of the part number and the part title. This overlap is caused by not allowing enough space for the number. You can solve the problem by leaving more space. This is controlled by the \cftpartnumwidth length. Set it to an appropriate value (2em seems to work nicely if you have fewer than 7 parts). ...

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You are right, chapter and sectioning commands are redefined by tex4ht. Chapter styles are not used at all, but they couldn't work anyway, because tex4ht doesn't know how to translate TeX layout to CSS needed in web pages. It really isn't easy task. So you have to style generated elements yourself. There is the \Css command for providing CSS declarations. ...

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Your \rule{1pt}{\dimexpr\textheight-28pt\relax}% is too tall to fit into the page. The simplest thing would be to shorten is a bit \rule{1pt}{\dimexpr\textheight-35pt\relax}%

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The problem is the clipping rectangle you are specifying, which starts at -.3\textwidth units below (0,0). This can be easily detected if you put a \fbox around each tikz picture, to reveal the actual extension of the picture: \begin{figure} \subbottom[]{ \fbox{\tikz{ \draw (0,0) ...

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Hope I haven't misunderstood the question... If you want to add the word "Appendix" each time a chapter title is printed (inside appendices), you can add the line \renewcommand*\printchaptername{\Large\bfseries\appendixname~} just after issuing the \appendix command. MWE \documentclass[a4paper,openany,article]{memoir} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...

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