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The solution referenced by Arun Debray's link is simple, maybe it is enough. It consists in typing explicit LaTeX-code \newgeometry and \restoregeometry from the geometry. To make it work with a float, maybe one would need to combine it with the afterpage package. I could not manage to make it work though, so I'd be curious to see a proper answer using this ...

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Take a look at Authorea (http://www.authorea.com) - it's similar to Overleaf, but offers a few more advanced features, including easy integration of ipython notebooks. See https://www.authorea.com/users/9932/articles/11070 for more info

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The options greekfont and defaultgreek are for pdflatex, whereas you're apparently using XeLaTeX. You have to use a font supporting Greek, for instance EBGaramond, as the default font Latin Modern doesn't fully support the Greek alphabet. \documentclass[ documentstructure=article, tocstyle=dotted, ]{suftesi} \usepackage[suftesi]{frontespizio} ...

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For Option 2, does it do what you want if you use something like this? \includepdf[ %% Include all pages of the PDF pages=-, %% make this page have the usual page style %% (you can change it to plain etc). By default pdfpages %% sets the pagecommand to \pagestyle{empty} pagecommand={\pagestyle{headings}}, %% Add a "section" ...

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(I think this question is off-topic here, but I'm not sure.) You should either include all of ToC, LoF and List of Publications in the table of contents, or none of them. And (with my copy editor hat one) this order makes sense to me. Another option is to make the list of publications an unnumbered section in the Introduction, but one that is included in ...

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A template1 is often viewed as something ready to use, even for beginners. For many, that is true. If you are a student at Princton University, you don't have to think about the title page, margins, line spacing etc. Somebody else did. Imagine the whole construct of a template is like a ready made house you can move in. You canot just change the tiling in ...

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If sections etc. should be hidden, set the tocdepth counter to 0, however, this might be done in place, i.e. write \setcounter{tocdepth}{0} to the .toc file, after \appendix. (The 0 stands for \chapter, \section would have 1 etc., therefore 0 will restrict to toc levels down to \chapter only, which is normally \part and \chapter will appear.) ...

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Here is a solution. Not very elegant: redefining \addcontentsline, but it works: \documentclass[ms, 12pt]{kfupm_thesis} \usepackage{apptools, etoolbox} % code to fix TOC appendix format, irrelevant for this question \makeatletter \patchcmd{\@chapter}{\protect {CHAPTER }}{\ifappendix{APPENDIX }\else{CHAPTER }\fi}{}{} \AtAppendix{% ...

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If you wish to continue using the apa6 package, you could try modifying the apa6.cls file. The absolute location of this will depend on your installation, the relative path on my Windows machine being "tex\latex\apa6." Of course, make sure you back the file up before editing. In my case, I replaced the default "jou" entry with the "book" entry in the ...

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The way templates work in Latex is that it is a file called a .cls or class file. When you are defining your document you can select it instead of selecting a more common option like so. \documentclass[12pt]{article} % a more normally seen case \documentclass[12pt]{myschoolstemplate} % what you are looking for Inside those templates are commands and ...

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This solved my problem and saved me time otherwise spent on studying bibtex, biber, biblatex, bibtex8 and natbib. \chapter*{Publications} % Publications page text \section*{In This Thesis} Some of the research leading to this thesis has appeared previously in the following publications. \subsection*{Journal Articles} \begin{itemize} \item Author A, ...

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Take the bodies of the documents, put them into separate files, which you \input{...} (or \include{...}, if separate chapters, which start new pages) from the main file. Even if it starts as a collage of articles-each-with-it's-own-format, sooner or later you will start working on getting uniform look-and-feel.

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Here is a solution \documentclass{book} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{pdfpages} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \listoffigures \listoftables \blinddocument %-------------article1 \clearpage \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{title of article1} \addcontentsline{toc}{section}{title of section} \addcontentsline{lof}{figure}{nice figure} ...

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