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I am writing my CV using LaTeX and I have two pages, the first has a different margin than the second which is what I was intending to. However, while adding the various sections I have the problem that if the wording of a section does not fit in the first page with the section title, the wording goes all to the second page while the title remains at the first.

How can I correct that in order to keep the text up to the limit of the page and the rest to move on to the next page applying also the new margins?

  • the standard mechanisms for defining section headings go to some lengths to ensure that a page break never happens after a section heading so there is probably something wring with your definition but as you have shown no code it is impossible to say what. – David Carlisle Sep 26 '18 at 14:54
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A rather dirty (manual) solution to this would be to add a \needspace{2cm} (or whatever space you'd need for everything you want to stick together) before the affected section.

The \needspace macro is provided by the needspace package (https://www.ctan.org/pkg/needspace).

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