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I need a LaTeX template for my paper-in-preparation.

To make it easier to revise (note taking, correction etc.) I find the traditional templates such as LNCS not so useful because i) the font size and ii) the line spacing and width.

Could you please suggest a template that makes it way more easier for one to revise papers, technical reports etc? Maybe smaller margins and more line spacing?

Which templates do you find useful?

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    why a "template" at all, I'd just keep everything to a minimum and just use article (and perhaps geometry if you want to adjust the margins) keeping the requirements basic means it is easy to switch a final version to whatever publisher class you need. – David Carlisle Mar 1 '15 at 14:18
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    Template in the LaTeX world is an often misused word. Stick to article and save yourself a lot of time and trouble. There is really nothing more to say here. -- Gunnar, hunter and destroyer of templates. – Johannes_B Mar 1 '15 at 14:20
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    @Johannes_B: You should definitely rename yourself ;-) – user31729 Mar 1 '15 at 15:41
  • Are there any news here? – Johannes_B Oct 7 '15 at 17:40
  • @Johannes_B after a long time, I decided that you are absolutely right. Using geometry package has done the trick. Also, it is much more flexible. – padawan Oct 7 '15 at 19:45
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You don't really need a "template" at all, I'd just keep everything to a minimum and just use article (and perhaps geometry if you want to adjust the margins).

Keeping the requirements basic means it is easy to switch a final version to whatever publisher class you need.

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