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You could define your commands like given below: \newcommand{\FIRST}[1]{\gdef\@FIRST{#1}} \newcommand{\SECOND}[1]{\gdef\@SECOND{#1}} \newcommand{\THIRD}[1]{\gdef\@THIRD{#1}} \let\@FIRST\@empty \let\@SECOND\@empty \let\@THIRD\@empty Then later inside \maketitle you could replace \FIRST, \SECOND and \THIRD to \@FIRST, \@SECOND and \@THIRD respectively. Now ...


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with a current (texlive 2016) distribution there is no error but a mismatched \ifx somewhere causes a warning (\end occurred when \ifx on line 161 was incomplete) on the supplied example file, however the error shown in the question occurs in hypdvips package code and the [nohypdvips] option suppresses the loading of that package.


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As mentioned similar quostion here. The CLS file uses the document class Article. It seems that easiest is to set up local aaltothesis.layout file for your thesis, not working yet: errors documented below. Other option is to put it under /Applications/LyX.app/Contents/Resources/layouts/ but so far at least not working in my OSX Lyx. The Aaltothesis.cls ...


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The Warsaw theme of beamer uses the shadow outer theme which, in turn, is based on the split outer theme. The split outer theme sets the footline using the following template construction: \defbeamertemplate*{footline}{split theme} {% \leavevmode% \hbox{\begin{beamercolorbox}[wd=.5\paperwidth,ht=2.5ex,dp=1.125ex,leftskip=.3cm plus1fill,rightskip=.3cm]{...


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Rule of thumb: Do not bother about layout of a journal unless you are the graphic designer the journal hired to take care of the layout. Just use the template the journal provides. Or look out for a journal with a layout you like. Thhe following piece of code is for academic purpose only, and it is not advised to be used in a real document. \...


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Try the anysize package. Add it to your preamble with \usepackage{anysize} than, also in the preamble, adjust the margin you wanted with \marginsize{left}{right}{top}{bottom}


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Use TikZ calendar. \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} \usepackage{tgheros,tikz,array} \usetikzlibrary{calendar} \begin{document} \sffamily \newcommand\daytext[2]{% \begin{tabular}{|>{\mdseries\tiny}r|p{1.5cm}|} \multicolumn{2}{c}{#1} \\ \multicolumn{2}{c}{#2\color{black}} \\[1ex] \hline 6:00 & \\\hline 7:00 & \\\hline 8:...


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I did the same thing when I went to Uni but I used plain TeX. In places I would use tables, elsewhere I would use a combination of \hboxs and \vboxs to arrange them in a suitable way. Another important thing is to minimize spaces that happen automatically, like \baselineskip, matrices and \left.. Use negative glue or \keen if for example you want to overlap ...



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