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Yout code won't work because the itemize/enumerate \beameritemnestingprefix body begin template is used before the \list internally used by itemize. You can patch \itemize (original definition in beamerbaselocalstructure.sty): \documentclass[14pt]{beamer} \usepackage{xpatch} \xpatchcmd{\itemize} {\def\makelabel} ...


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Improved version (Other versions can be consulted in the edit history of the answer) Using the xkeyvalue package, this new version has a \EducNotebook command with a key-value system to control the attributes; the main features are: The spiral can be drawn on top, to the left or to the right. The user can select the number of spirals to be used. The ...


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Use \setmainfont{Fontin Regular}[SmallCapsFont = Fontin SmallCaps] (newer syntax), or \setmainfont[SmallCapsFont = Fontin SmallCaps]{Fontin Regular} (older syntax).


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I defined a \Title command with four arguments to produce the desired layout; for example, the title in the image below was produced using \Title{Mohcine}{Some particular title}{Some test text}{Some other text} Please, feel free to adjust the settings according to your needs. The code: \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{report} \usepackage{xhfill} ...


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I would replace the \setmarginsrb{} with the \usepackage{geometry}, see more here. Something like this in the preamble: \usepackage{geometry} \geometry{% letterpaper, % a4paper left= 40 mm, right= 40 mm, top= 15 mm, bottom= 20 mm, } You can also specify inner and outer margins with package geometry Assuming I am interpreting your university's ...


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As you may know, there is no general procedure to "reverse engineer" a LaTeX document. I would proceed as follow: Is this article published? If so, is the journal / conference / proceedings imposing a style? In that case, this paper was an abstract to 2011 NIPS Workshop on Bayesian Nonparametrics. It was accepted, and lead to a poster presentation, but ...


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If you're running Debian or Ubuntu, install the texlive-publishers package. The template is called elsarticle. Two-column layout is an option: \documentclass[twocolumn]{elsarticle} For the keywords, you need to define \begin{keywords} keywords go here \end{keywords}


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The problem is causes by catcode reassignments in the template: some code changes uses something like \catcode\-=13 which causes TeX to change the meaning of the minus character -. Any occurrence of this character will be different from before -- and pgfplots uses it inside of the error bar input specification. The solution is to change it back before ...


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It's very easy, you open the document ("Open as template"), and click on "Project". Then you can either "Download as zip" or just open the file "wlscirep.cls" directly online to view in the Overleaf editor. I would use the template from Overleaf (either downloaded or online), that way you should always get the current requirements.


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Sorry, there's no way to use the class with languages different from English, without extensive work. It uses several \font declarations and the same happens in the accompanying w-bookps.sty file. This is due to the fact that Wiley uses proprietary fonts for the final printout. Accents are all wrong or swallowed. There are other horrible features in the ...


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How about \documentclass{nature} ?


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The most simple solution seems to be to just add the \sffamily switch to the field. Chances are high though, that the journal editors will ust revert the changes. \documentclass{acm_proc_article-sp} \title{Title} \author{Name$^{\dag}$, Name$^{\dag}$, Name$^{\dag\ddag}$...\\ \affaddr{$\dag$ University, Address}\\ \affaddr{$\ddag$ University, Address} \\ ...


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Rule of thumb, load as many packages as needed, but as few as possible. The following uses standard KOMA-book including a font package for another font, mathtools for some amsmath fixes and biblatex for citing. This should be all you need right now. Further packages you should keep in the back of your head: chemformula for chemistry siunitx for ...


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The original template as well as the code you are giving us is a bit of a mess ;-) The first error you encounter is thrown because you try to bold face a hyperlink. If you want the stuff bold, do \href{http://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/41/tex-latex-and-friends}{\bfseries A nice place to hang out}. I redefined the \lineunder macro to use predefined ...



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