I have used the appendix package like this.

\usepackage[toc, page]{appendix}

This puts the title 'appendix' on its own page. Now I want to have this title, but I would rather if it put on the same page as the first chapter of the appendix, so you would have it just above chapter title of the first appendix.

I tried to read the manual, but I did not see an option for this.

  • There is a title option but that's not what you want, most likely? – user31729 Jun 12 '17 at 14:27

A version with patching of \@makechapterhead:

The patch checks whether the chapter number is 1, i.e. meaning the first appendix chapter and insertes the Appendix line accordingly, taking the values of \abovefirstappchapskip etc. into account -- those values can be changed at will.



    \parindent \z@ \raggedright \normalfont
    \parindent \z@ \raggedright \normalfont
    \centering \Huge\bfseries \appendixname







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  • The first solution posted worked well. The solution given after the edit would be preferable but it causes \chapter{Foobar} not to display. I am using lualatex if that possibly makes a difference. – Michael Buckley Jun 12 '17 at 14:56
  • @MichaelBuckley: Yes, I forgot \fi in the first \xpatchcmd for \@makechapterhead. Please use the updated code, it should work with lualatex as well now – user31729 Jun 12 '17 at 15:32
  • This does not seem to do anything if you have \include{appendix} where the appendix is in another .tex. I placed the patch before my \begin{document}. Compiles without a warning or error. But I still have Appendix A and then the chapter with no Appendix title at the very top. – Frikster Aug 16 '17 at 1:38
  • @DirkHaupt: Works for me out of the box even with \include although I never claimed it would work with \include (which I basically never use for my purposes). There's nothing I can do for you here – user31729 Aug 16 '17 at 6:12

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