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I have never been in favour of letter-like classes. They tend to specify a large amount of settable content in the preamble, making small adjustments to layout very difficult (or cumbersome in the very least). Letters are easily set inside article: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum,graphicx} \usepackage[margin=1in]{geometry} ...

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Here is an example using scrlttr2: \documentclass[ SN,% lco file for swiss letters (SN 010 130)) refline=dateleft, firstfoot=false, enlargefirstpage, backaddress=false, foldmarks=false, parskip=half- ]{scrlttr2} \usepackage[english]{babel} \setkomavar{fromname}{My Name} \setkomavar{fromaddress}{My Street \\ My city} \setkomavar{date}{The ...

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Well, have you read the documentation to chletter (try texdoc chletter on your console/terminal)? On page 25 you will find chapter "5.5.1 Letterhead layout" with the definitions you have to change. Please run the following MWE (and check the additional code between \makeatletter and \makeatother (needed because the code uses @)): \documentclass[% ...

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With your code I get the warning address field is 155.80432pt to high So I would know I have to enlarge both the height of the address field and the space above the refline by 156pt: \makeatletter \@addtoplength{toaddrheight}{156pt}% enlarge the height of the address field \@addtoplength{refvpos}{156pt}% shift the refline down \makeatother The ...

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OK, we have an answer from esdd: Updating to a current texlive solved the issue. Please accept this answer to delete it from the list of unanswered questions.

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