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I want to use fancyhdr in the letter document class to define a custom header for the first page only. I know that I can use \fancypagestyle to do this (as is discussed here), but the problem is that my first-page header contains several rows, and I don't want the following pages to contain white space at the top that results from the 'missing' header. Is there a fix for this?

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    You can use \thispagestyle command and a separate header for that. Also, change the headheight accordingly using geometry. – user11232 Sep 24 '13 at 0:50

I wanted specific margins in my front-page, and following code helped me to specify margins for only that page. After \begin{titlepage} I put:


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