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I'm a grad student postdoc in the UC Berkeley Caltech math department.


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comment Not indent the first paragraph of a LaTeX document
\noindent will only work if it is placed immediately before the text that you want not to indent (with no blank lines in between). So adding it to the end of your definition of \maketitle will only work if you start the first paragraph immediately after the \maketitle command.
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comment ToC numbering problem
@dmckee: The usual sectioning commands also produce other output. He probably doesn't want to have a separate page saying "Part I" that you flip through when you're reading. If you use \addcontentsline, the table of contents is the only place you'll get any output.
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