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Edit: See the better version at the end of this answer. Just use \renewcommand{\thechapter}{\Alph{chapter}} after \backmatter. But in my point of view, \backmatter is of no use here. \documentclass[11pt,fleqn]{book} \usepackage[top=3cm,bottom=3cm,left=3.2cm,right=3.2cm,headsep=10pt,a4paper]{geometry} \usepackage{lipsum, fancyhdr} ...


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Your editor inserts many invisible LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK (U+200E) characters in the input, that confuse LaTeX. Probably the editor is tailored for right-to-left writing. You can solve the issue by adding the line \catcode"E2=9 \catcode"80=9 \catcode"8E=9 at the very start of the file, but ensuring no U+200E is inserted at the beginning. However, the best ...


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Package pdfpages provides the option pagecommand which is useful in cases like yours. \includepdf[pages=-,pagecommand={\thispagestyle{realempty}}]{<pdfFileName>}


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You need to include the package between documentcass and the beginning of your document at \begin{document}, just as Werner stated in the comments. You need to clear the head, or everything is printed twice and decide what should go where. Be sure that the changes apply to the submission rules. \documentclass[12pt,twoside]{mitthesis} \usepackage{lgrind} ...


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The CVPR template provides egpaper_final.tex and egpaper_for_review.tex. The main difference between the two is that the latter (review) version activates the condition \cvprfinalcopy (which sets \cvprfinaltrue). Setting \cvprfinalfalse (the default) in your preamble (or commenting out \cvprfinalcopy) will insert the "blue numbers on the sides of the ...


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To change the textcolor of the section on the \AtBeginSection-slides, you need to change the color of "part title", so use \setbeamercolor{part title}{fg=babsonGreen}, for example. To find it, I looked in beamerinnerthemedefault.sty, everything you don't specify is specified in the default files. The relevant definition is: \defbeamertemplate*{section ...


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The setting for \leftarea@width is off by one. Workaround: after the \documentclass line, add \makeatletter \setattribute{leftarea}{width}{123\p@} \makeatother A more general workaround that doesn't rely on knowing the value is \makeatletter \begingroup \def\get#1\p@{#1} \count@=\expandafter\get\leftarea@width \advance\count@\@ne ...



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