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I'm trying to make a \chapter* without heading, just like this solution:

Start a new chapter without heading

So, how I start a \chapter* without any headings? And like before, not all the chapters, just this one

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    Why not just \clearpage? Are you interested in a vertical gap from the top of the page? – Werner Mar 13 at 18:33
  • because I need to include this page in ToC. I'm not sure that's how I should do it, but my idea was to make this \chapter* with no heading, and without messing up with the chapter number from the real text too, that's why the star version – Lucas Paiva Mar 13 at 21:45
  • So you can do \clearpage \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{stuff} if you want the formatting of \chapter (without the number)... – Werner Mar 13 at 21:57
  • I didn't follow. \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{stuff} adds the chapter 'stuff' in ToC, right? But I need to add a \chapter* . It's the same command for adding in ToC, but then I get the headings from the starchapters definitions. – Lucas Paiva Mar 13 at 23:28

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