I'm trying to remove the end marker # # # that gets printed automatically at the end of the press release template in the following newlfm example:

\newcommand{\subtitle}{This is a subtitle.}
\makeletterhead{Uiuc}{\Cheader{\vspace{16pt}my title}} 
my body

According to the documentation, the command \PhrPREnd is supposed to print it but I'm not calling it in my tex file nor in the prsrls.tex if I use one (not required). I tried to use that command thinking that I could override the printed markers with empty space but I'm getting the "Undefined control sequence" error. Any ideas?

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    just call it in the preable with an empty argument: \PhrPRend{}. It didn't work for you because you have capitalized it wrong, its \PhrPRend{} not \PhrPREnd{} – Nico Boni Dec 12 '13 at 9:26
  • Well the documentation is wrong then. It says \PhrPREnd{}. How did you figure out it was \PhrPRend instead? – Ricardo Dec 12 '13 at 9:36
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    I looked at the source, i.e. newlfm.cls – Nico Boni Dec 12 '13 at 9:39
  • Oh. Did not know those were accessible. :) – Ricardo Dec 12 '13 at 9:41
  • I made it into answer since others can be confused by the wrong capitalization in the docs – Nico Boni Dec 12 '13 at 9:46

There is a typo in the documentation of the newlfm class:

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the command that creates the ### is not \PhrPREnd, as stated, but \PhrPRend. This can be seen in the newlfm.cls file:

\PhrPRend{\# \# \#}% line 430

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