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The geometry package in combination with amsmath's align environment is not working in all pages. When many lines are within the align environment they get automatically shifted onto the next page and the bottom of the previous is left blank.

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    So what can we do for you with this kind of information? – kiss my armpit Nov 28 '13 at 5:56
  • Please suggest a solution. So that all pages look in equal (same) format. – Deepesh Patel Nov 28 '13 at 6:13
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    I think you are using align environment from amsmath and that there are many lines of equations inside align. If they come at the bottom of the page, they won't break across the page. You have to add \allowdisplaybreaks in the preamble (say just before \begin{document}. Does it work? – user11232 Nov 28 '13 at 6:48
  • Yes it is working ! Thank you very much Harish – Deepesh Patel Nov 28 '13 at 7:58
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I think you are using align environment from amsmath and that there are many lines of equations inside align. If they come at the bottom of the page, they won't break across the page. You have to add \allowdisplaybreaks in the preamble (say just before \begin{document}.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\allowdisplaybreaks    %% Add this
\begin{document}
  \begin{align}
    <your equations>
  \end{align}
\end{document}
  • Harish ! I am using \allowdisplaybreaks command. It was working but at the places where many equations are under a curly braces, there the problem still occured. What I do in that cases. – Deepesh Patel Nov 28 '13 at 10:19
  • @DeepeshPatel A list of formulas with a brace on their left can't be broken across pages. – egreg Nov 28 '13 at 12:18
  • @DeepeshPatel: Please take my code above, paste your equation where <your equations> is there and post it a new question. The above code is called mwe. That will help us to help you. :-) – user11232 Nov 28 '13 at 22:15
  • which codes you are talking about ? – Deepesh Patel Dec 1 '13 at 18:15
  • @DeepeshPatel: I mean put the code for offending equations inside \begin{align and \end align of code in the above answer. Please read: minimal working example (MWE) – user11232 Dec 1 '13 at 22:16

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