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Hi Abdul Muhaymin and Welcome to TeX-SE. Assuming you really only want to remove the section name -- which is given with the command \leftmark at the MWE below -- then you can use the \thispagestyle{plain} at the very beginning of your document. If you want something like "don't show this/that every first page of section/chapter", then a different approach ...


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The following example should meet your requirements. It defines a firstpage page style with nothing but the page number at the top right, and it sets the fancy page style to produce some text ("My header", following your example) on the top left, the page number on the top right, and nothing on the foot of the page. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{...


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Yiannis Lazarides' comment deserves its own answer: Start with \pagestyle{empty} before the title page material and \pagestyle{plain} % or whatever page style you desire after the title page material.


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I received the following solution from D.P. Story at AcroTeX in a personal communication. "Just under the glossaries-extra package \usepackage{glossaries-extra}% Page numbers included. \GlsSetWriteIstHook{\write\glswrite{page_compositor "-"}} % dps The problem was the page_compostor variable in the IST file that makeindex uses was set to page_compositor "....


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Hi ssinghal and welcome to TeX-SE. As has been said in the comments of your question, please revise your code and post here only the minimum necessary to the question. If you have some problems while combining packages, ask a specific question about it. When someone uses a lot of packages and other configurations, it becomes a little bit messy to clearly ...


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For isolated pages needing the "landscaped page number" at the bottom, I like the idea from David Carlisle's approach, but couldn't get it to work. (The \raisebox didn't seem to have an effect for me, seems the shifts are absorbed by the \vfill.) Here's what I defined to get that idea to work: \def\fillandplacepagenumber{% \par\pagestyle{empty}% \vbox to ...


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LaTeX warnings should not be lightheartedly ignored; the code you post results in a warning which describes precisely the issue Package Fancyhdr Warning: \fancyhead's `E' option without twoside option is useless on input line 5. Package Fancyhdr Warning: \fancyhead's `E' option without twoside option is useless on input line 6. By default report makes one-...


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This can be done as follows, using the atbegshi and zref packages. The code given below correctly handles: any number of divisions (I had to find a word that is distinct from “chapter” and “part” to avoid confusion, so this is it: “division”); one-sided as well as two-sided documents; funky definitions of \thepage, including changing it after \newDivision. ...


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This gives the expected result: three blank pages numbered with roman numbers, then three pages numbered with arabic numbers, and then a single blank page numbered "iv". \documentclass{article} \newcounter{x} \newcommand{\blankpage}{\null\newpage} \begin{document} \pagenumbering{roman} \blankpage\blankpage\blankpage \setcounter{x}{\value{page}} \...


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This shows in the terminal [1] [2] [1] [2] [3] [3] [4] reflecting roman 1 2, arabic 1,2,3, roman 3,4 \documentclass[a5paper]{article} \newcounter{savepage} \begin{document} \pagenumbering{roman} zzzz \newpage zzz \clearpage \setcounter{savepage}{\value{page}} \pagenumbering{arabic} zzzz \newpage zzz zzzz \newpage zzz \clearpage \pagenumbering{...


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