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If the footer on the second page should be at the same position as the footer on the first page you can load the package scrlayer and define your own pagestyle: \usepackage{scrlayer} \DeclareNewLayer[ align=tl, hoffset=\dimexpr.5\paperwidth-.5\useplength{firstfootwidth}\relax, voffset=\useplength{firstfootvpos}, width=\useplength{firstfootwidth}, ...


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What you are asking for is basically, how do i get an invoice in the first doc. The answer is surprisingly simple, just load the package. \begin{filecontents}{mikeBlendDocs.lco} \ProvidesFile{mikeBlendDocs.lco}[% 2014/12/18 v0.1 LaTeX2e unsupported letter-class-option] \setkomavar{fromname}{From Name} \setkomavar{fromaddress}{From Address} ...


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First of all, i have to say that i do not recommend using the templated linked in the question. It uses obsolete options and does really weird stuff most of the time. We simply use the variable firstfoot when setting the variable nextfoot. To make this work properly, we have to tweak the first foot a bit as well, namely putting all in a parbox. It should ...


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First of all, i have to say that i do not recommend using the templated linked in the question. It uses obsolete options and does really weird stuff most of the time. The firsthead is set within a parbox, so the same rules and mechanisms as in every other LaTeX document apply. I cleaned the code up a little bit: \documentclass[symbolicnames]{scrlttr2} ...


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The underlined address is called the backaddress, it can be switched off by simply setting the false option. To get the ordinal number, KOMA-script provides \textsuperscript. A more specialised solution would be to use package nth with the option super \documentclass[pagenumber=false,parskip=half, fromalign=right,foldmarks=true,addrfield=true ...


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I use this class for french letters and solved the same problem by using the NF.lco or the NFpro.lco file. Call them in your letter.ltx file with \LoadLetterOption{NF} in your preamble. Refer to the Koma script documentation for more details.


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You can do this by patching the internals of KOMA-script. You can place text as well, if you are feeling adventurous (i even used colour). But please, be sensible and don't do this. Please be careful, too much space, and the phone number is printed in the receiver line. \documentclass[ fromphone=on, fromemail=on]{scrlttr2} \setkomavar{fromname}{name} ...


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If you have the address to the right, it seems that you have chosen the wrong LCO (for Swizz' letters). Try this simple template and start working from this one. The Komascript manual is a little bit cryptic, but the different options is well described on page 136 ff. % !TEX TS-program = pdflatex % !TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode % An alternative to the ...



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