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Is there a way to customize the margins of the document while using the esami package? I've tried geometry, fullpage, etc., with no success. The documentation says nothing about doing such thing.

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  • Can you make a small example to play with?
    – egreg
    Commented Dec 16, 2014 at 16:26
  • I used testA.tex, which is an example file provided by the package. Since esami needs a cfg file to work, I decided it was best to leave out a MWE (since it couldn't be a working example).
    – han-tyumi
    Commented Dec 16, 2014 at 19:43

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The margins are defined in the language configuration file (for instance, es-UKenglish.lng): at line 56 of that file, you can find the geometry package with some options defined. If you want to customize these options, in the master file you can use, before \begin{document} and after having loaded the esami package, the command \geometry{your custom option}.

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