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All margins should be at least 15 mm (not including any footers or headers)

Your error is a4, besides not using geometry. If you want A4 paper, the option is a4paper. The parameters are adapted to letter paper, which is wider and shorter than A4. \documentclass[11pt]{article} ...
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All margins should be at least 15 mm (not including any footers or headers)

I'd use the geometry package, for a detailed explanation on its features, check the documentation (it's 42 pages, but only the first 17 have information on the package, the rest is the implementation.)...
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Table out of margin?

For your problem exist many solution, for example use p<width> columns, use X columns defined in tabularx package, etc. In your case may be handy tabularray package. Anyway, your columns headers ...
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All margins should be at least 15 mm (not including any footers or headers)

I'd definitely use geometry to set correct margins. If you want to include headers, use inlcudehead. Otherwise, use nohead to save space. It is similar with inlcudefoot and nofoot (see pages 5-10 in ...
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All margins should be at least 15 mm (not including any footers or headers)

If you are using OpTeX then you can declare: \fontfam[Times] \typosize[11/13] \margins/1 a4 (15,15,15,15)mm \lorem[1-150] \lorem[1-50] % 20 pages \bye
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Table out of margin?

You need to allow automatic line breaks in most of the table's columns. This may be done by switching from a tabular to a tabularx environment and employing X-type columns where needed. I would ...
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How to remove chapter heading's large top margin?

This is a recurrent question, but nobody wonder why expert typographers chose a default layout with a lot of space before a chapter title. Said that, memoir have several predefined chapter styles, ...
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How to remove chapter heading's large top margin?

A solution based on titlesec \sections and \subsections can also be formatted this way. EDIT. The negative space -24pt is selected by trial and error. If you change line spread, let's say from [...
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How to split a page into 6 parts, adding a centered image to each?

If there are only six figures images, you only need the packages graphicx and adjustvox for the vertical align: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[margin=1cm]{geometry} \usepackage{graphicx} ...
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footmisc + marginfix + todonotes = error

You can use an earlier footmisc \documentclass{article} \usepackage{footmisc}[=v5] \usepackage{marginfix} \usepackage{todonotes} \begin{document} \todo{test} \end{document}
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figure* environment has wrong placing in sidenotes package

In one column article use of figure* has not sense. It is intendent for spanning figure across two columns. In preamble you load changepage package. Why you not use its macro adjustwidth? People ...
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How to fix margin in report using latex in overleaf

Did You try a geometry package? See here: link
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