I'm currently work on my title page and I'd like to add a footer. I tried to use fancy without success. I think it's because I don't use the command \maketitle.

My title page below:


{\fontfamily{pag}\selectfont \Huge{\@title}\\%




The comands \AtUpperLeftCorner and \AtUpperRightCorner are defined like this:

\newcommand{\blap}[1]{\vbox to 0pt{#1\vss}}
{\blap{\hbox to 0pt{\hss#2\hss}}}%
{\blap{\hbox to 0pt{\hss#2\hss}}}%

This part of the code is not mine, so I don't know exactly how it works; but it's only for pictures and header. I want to put a text in the footer.

How could I proceed?

Thanks in advance!

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    Welcome to TeX SX! Why don't you take a look at the titling package? It makes it easy to customise the command \maketitle.
    – Bernard
    Commented Jul 31, 2017 at 21:22
  • Thanks! First time I need to post! Hum, I tried titling but I didn't work well. Maybe I missed smewhre. Commented Jul 31, 2017 at 22:22
  • Don't use \subtitle and stuff like that if you don't want to use \maketitle
    – Johannes_B
    Commented Aug 1, 2017 at 6:01

1 Answer 1


Lacking a complete MWE, I was unable to test the following:

\newcommand\AtBottomCenterPage[2]{% #1 = distance from bottom, #2 = text
{\blap{\hbox to 0pt{\hss#2\hss}}}%
\newcommand\AtBottomRightCorner[3]{% #1 = distance from right edge, #2 = distance from bottom, #3=text

The use of \put indicates that \AddToShipoutPicture uses a picture environment which overlays the entire page. Picture is part of core LaTeX but is rarely used anymore.

It would also help to know exactly where the footer area is.

\the\dimexpr \paperheight-1in-\topmargin-\headheight-\headsep-\textheight-\footskip\relax
  • Thanks for your answer! I don't understand exactlyhow it works, but it works! :) If I would like to put in the right corner, should I do as in the header (subtract an arbitrary lenght)? Commented Jul 31, 2017 at 22:21
  • Just added \AtBottomRightCorner Commented Jul 31, 2017 at 22:28

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