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I was able to modify the notes heading of endnotes by using the following commands from another stack exchange answer:

\def\enoteheading{\par\kern2\baselineskip%
                  \footnoterule%
                  \kern1\baselineskip}

But I would also like to reduce the vertical spacing bewtween the horizontal line and where the notes start

I want to reduce the spacing highlighted in blue

Can someone please help me to achieve that?

  • Welcome to TeX.SX! Please make your code snippet compilable. – TeXnician Dec 11 '17 at 7:32
  • although this would really be better with a small compilable example, the obvious change to try is to reduce the \kern below the rule. you might try \kern.5\baselineskip or some other appropriate value. – barbara beeton Dec 11 '17 at 16:41
  • Hello @barbarabeeton, thank you for your solution. What you suggested solves the issue. Thanks! – Nikunj Dec 12 '17 at 10:19
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without an actual example, enough information was given to address this question.

let's look at the definition shown in the question:

\def\enoteheading{\par\kern2\baselineskip%
                  \footnoterule%
                  \kern1\baselineskip}

\par makes sure that processing is in vertical mode, necessary for the \kerns to be applied in the proper direction.

two kerns are applied, one above and the other below the rule. all instructions proceed downward in the vertical direction.

the amount of each kern is specified in terms of the \baselineskip. for the upper kern, this is the equivalent of two blank lines, and one line for the lower. but it's not necessary to specify integral values -- distances can be expressed with decimal values as well.

thus the obvious solution is to set the value of the lower kern to something less than 1. .5 is a reasonable place to start, and this can be adjusted by experimentation.

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