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I'm writing a book chapter about \LaTeX, so obviously I want to use the correct formatting. How can I do this in the novel document class?

\documentclass{novel} % v. 1.52.
% Almost all settings are defaults.
\SetHeadFootStyle{3}
\SetTitle{Novel Document Class} % only footer, with page number
% The following PDF/X standard is typical for USA print-on-demand.
% However, not every P.O.D. service needs PDF/X these days.
\SetPDFX[CGATSTR001]{X-1a:2001}
\begin{document}

\LaTeX

\end{document}
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  • Please check tex.stackexchange.com/questions/73618/… Jul 16 at 22:47
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    Trying to write "a book chapter about LaTeX" using the novel class looks like an exercise in futility, since it seems to prevent you including any output from the LaTeX formatting that you are describing, unless you jump through hoops. Just use memoir or scrbook.
    – alephzero
    Jul 17 at 2:05

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