I'd like to reproduce this layout (especially the sections + the bottom and the top parts of the paper).

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My code:

\documentclass[a4paper, french, 12pt]{article}

\title{\textsc{\fbox{Rappel de trigonométrie}}}

    \section{\color{red}Valeurs remarquables et formules élémentaires}

Voici un tableau des valeurs remarquables concernant les fonctions trigonométriques: 

\begin{array}{@{} l *{6}{>{\displaystyle}c} @{}}
x       & 0 &\frac{\pi}{6}   &\frac{\pi}{4}   &\frac{\pi}{3}   &\frac{\pi}{2}&\pi\\ 
\cos(x) & 1 &\frac{\sqrt3}{2}&\frac{\sqrt2}{2}&\frac{1}{2}     &0            &-1 \\ 
\sin(x) & 0 &\frac{1}{2}     &\frac{\sqrt2}{2}&\frac{\sqrt3}{2}&1            &0  \\ 
\tan(x) & 0 &\frac{1}{\sqrt3}&1               &\sqrt3          & /      &0  \\ 
Les fonctions $\cos$ et $\sin$ sont reliées par la formule suivante:
\fbox{$\forall x \in \mathbb{R}, \cos^2(x) + \sin^2(x) = 1$}

  • Do you mean the running head and running foot? If yes, please check the fancyhdr package, which having good documentation too... – MadyYuvi Jul 1 '19 at 6:51
  • Well the red and green stuff as well as the top and bottom part of this sheet of papaer (with AM 2 etc) – Pablito Jul 1 '19 at 6:56
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    Are you obliged to reproduce this layout exactly? Sorry but I find the underlines horrible :) (and the huge use of colors, too) – CarLaTeX Jul 1 '19 at 7:15
  • Well i'm just looking for some kind of model for my math lessons and I have yet to find a good one haha – Pablito Jul 1 '19 at 7:27
  • For headers a footers use fancyhdr as commented , for the rest I am agree with CarLaTeX. Maybe other colors (like red!30!black with xcolor package instead of red) occasionally (only chapters or main sections... ), but underlines and boxes ... My suggestion is stay with the default format as long as possible. If definitively cannot live without change something, think twice. The default classes has been designed by experts and are hardly improved but easily degraded by a custom design. – Fran Jul 1 '19 at 9:03

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