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### “Chapter one” instead of “Chapter 1” [duplicate]

In my thesis, I want to use the statement "Chapter one" instead of "Chapter 1". Do I add specific changes into the following commands? \titleformat{\chapter}[display] {\vspace{5cm}\filcenter} {\...
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### Change Chapter 1 to Chapter ONE [duplicate]

I am writing thesis that the format is CHAPTER ONE. My template display CHAPTER 1. How to change the template? The codes that I have right now is like the following: \newcommand{\mychapter}[3][]{% \...
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### How to number sections: one, two, three [duplicate]

I am attempting to number my sections with the English words: one, two, three, etc. For instance, the command \section{Hello} would produce: One Hello Is this even possible in LaTeX? As an ...
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### How to make chapter number appear as a written number instead of an Arabic number? [duplicate]

I am using the memoir class. Is there any way to do this?
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### Convert any number to corresponding word

This is a wild one: can anyone write a code that converts a number into the corresponding word? e.g.: 4 -> 'four' 31 -> 'thirty-one' and so on. Obviously, it is not enough to build an array in ...
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### KOMA-Script: Chapter Number as a Word

Currently I am using scrreprt for my document with the option chapterprefix=true. I wish for my chapters prefixes to be of the form: "CHAPTER ONE" as opposed to "Chapter 1". Now, I know that ...
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### fancyhdr novel's pages need headers with CHAPTER ONE, TWO etc. spelled out

I'd like to use the fancyhdr package to have odd number pages with the chapter number spelled out, for instance, "CHAPTER ONE" OR "CHAPTER TWO" etc., and the even number pages with the actually title ...
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### How to print chapter cardinal number instead of integer with titlesec

Am using the book environment and trying to print the chapter title as "Chapter One", instead of "Chapter 1". I've searched about the "cardinal" and "chapter", but I didn't find anything similar to ...