I'm fairly new to latex and I'm not the sharpest around programming, and I'm using overleaf. In the report class the page is skipped before chapter titles and that's fine but how do I redefine sections (and subs) so it does not happen there? Basically I'd want the chapters to be on a new page and all lower hierarchies to continue on the same page

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    By default that doesn't happen, so show a small but complete example that can be used to test your issue. Dec 26, 2022 at 9:38
  • I wrote as follows: \begin{document} \include{capitoli/Introduction.tex} \include{capitoli/Mycobacterium_abscessus.tex} \end{document} Where the introduction chapter is currently blank and only has its own title. The rendered pages are these. Everything else about the formatting is as it should be.
    – Scaevola
    Dec 27, 2022 at 14:35
  • don't use \include, it forces a new page, use \input. Dec 27, 2022 at 14:52


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