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I browsed through the question history for a while but could not find something helpful for my problem. Sorry, in case I missed a fitting case.
I use document class
scrartcl for writing my PhD thesis. I want my sections to start directly after the previous text ended, i.e. I want to prevent them from starting automatically on a new page. How do I do this?
Alternatively, is there another document class that you would recommend?
I am still at beginner level of LaTeX, so I would appreciate a simple solution ;)
Wow. Thx for the quick responses! And yes, I do use \include. Sorry, I was not aware that this can cause "special effects"...So, can I do something to prevent this from happening?
@egreg: Thx. I will give the "scrbook" a shot. Although, it will not solve my \inlcude-problem, I guess?
@wasteofspace: No, I am not using \chapter as "section".
@Joseph: Because I am new to this and have not known better. I got a template from a collegue and this was its documentclass. I will try the one recommended by egreg.