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imakeidx: Expand arguments before putting them into .ind file to ensure alphabetical ordering

In my document, i want to highlight specific words and add them to the index simualtaneously. The idea is to introduce key words with \foo{word}, making it appear typeset differently and appear in the ...
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How to write the authors full name and avoid style formatting given by biblatex?

The ABNT style uses uppercase for authors family name. When citing an author named John Doe and year 2021, it gives (DOE, 2021). I want to get the authors full name, so I followed the solution ...
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Can get to work with capital letters and small capitals in fancyhdr

Is there a way of making a capitalized section name appear in fancyhdr as only first letters capital? My section name is HELLO, and I want it to appear as Hello (in small capitals) in the header. The ...
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mfirstuc's \capitalisewords behave inconsistently

In my document, when I use \capitalisewords{\@title}, it makes all the letters in the title uppercase. But when I do \capitalisewords{The Actual title in words}, it works fine (makes only the first ...
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Title Case containing math

I have ben using the \xcapitalisefmtwords from the mfirstuc package (mentioned in the questions in the References section). However, that fails if the content contain any math content. Is there ...
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Retain lowercase of consecutive words with \MFUnocap{word} and mfirstuc

When trying to retain certain words as lowercase using the mfirstuc package, I've run into the following problem. In the example below, I want to use \capitalisewords from the mfirstuc package to ...
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Capitalize first letter of words in chapter mark

I would like to capitalize the first letter of several words in the chapter and the chapter mark. While text in the chapter itself is capitalized, in the chapter mark it is not. Here is a MWE of my ...
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Accents using \capitalisewords

I'm doing my acronyms with acro package. I capitalized the first letters using \capitalisewords from mfirstuc package. However, when the letter has an accent, the acronyms list doesn't look good, E. G....
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How to capitalize selective words using mfirstuc and acro packages?

I'm using mfirstuc package for capitalize some words in an acronyms list. E.G. \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{amsmath} \...