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I want to write the name of my chapter above this horizontal line, I'm using LyX.

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  • Hi, welcome. How did you add that line in the first place? If it's made by Insert -> Formatting -> Horizontal line for example, just delete it, and insert a new line where you want it to be. Jun 13 at 8:17
  • Do you mean writing the chapter title in the header, per chance?
    – Bernard
    Jun 13 at 11:20
  • yes I mean the chapter title in the header @Bernard
    – Imene Yd
    Jun 13 at 13:52
  • I don't use Lyx, but there's latex code behing. Usually this is done with the fancyhdr package, with (a bit easier) the titleps, a companion package of titlesec.
    – Bernard
    Jun 13 at 14:32
  • Similar to your last question [tex.stackexchange.com/questions/601023/adding-horizental-lines], you can have a look at the fancyhdr package. The code in the provided answer shows \leftmark and \rightmark which is probably what you are looking for. Jun 13 at 14:59
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DocumentSettings:

  1. Document Class → Select Book (Standard Class)

  2. Page LayoutPage style → Select fancy

Note that this will make a header (with the rule, that should not be in them main screen) in the second and following pages, but not in the chapter page, because a header just above of a huge title is really useless, but if you have some problem with this, you can go under the chapeter title and type Ctrl+L and \thispagestyle{fancy} in the evil red box.

If you wnat something more complex with header, go to DocumentSettingsLaTeX preamble to set fancyhdr headers manually.

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  • thank you so much for your answer @Fran the first method worked and I got the hearders ,but I dont know how to write above it
    – Imene Yd
    Jun 13 at 17:25
  • @ImeneYd In ViewCode Preview PaneComplete Source you can see that the above just insert \usepackage{fancyhdr}\pagestyle{fancy} in the LaTeX preamble,, but as said above, you can edit directly the preamble to add manually \usepackage{fancyhdr} ..., where ... is the commands of the package that you want. See the fancyhdr manual or the examples of the questions about fancyhdr in this site.
    – Fran
    Jun 13 at 23:05
  • +1: I did not know about the <kbd>Document</kbd> syntax, cool! Jun 14 at 2:21
  • Thank you so much
    – Imene Yd
    Jun 14 at 5:39

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