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Babel: Part names in French for 20+ (more than twenty)

You can replace the loop defined in french.ldf that ends at twenty using fmtcount. \documentclass[a4paper,11pt,openany,french]{book} \usepackage[french]{babel} \usepackage{fmtcount} \makeatletter \...
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How to increase the numwidth for a part in ToC?

With a KOMA-Script class there is no additional package needed. You can use \RedeclareSectionCommand[ tocnumwidth=2cm ]{part} to change the space for the part number in TOC to 2cm. Code: \...
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How to write text after \part

You could make the text an optional argument to \part for example \documentclass{report} \makeatletter \let\old@endpart\@endpart \renewcommand\@endpart[1][]{% \begin{quote}#1\end{quote}% \old@endpart}...
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How do you get rid of page numbers on \part pages?

The first page of a part or chapter explicitly uses the page style plain. If you want to change this behaviour, you can make plain to mean the same as empty by adding the following lines to your ...
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Replace part number by an acronym

The MWE in the question already contains a redefinition of \thechapter. This can be customized further by replacing the part counter \thepart with a new macro that contains the required abbreviation. ...
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Babel: Part names in French for 20+ (more than twenty)

The only solution I can find consists in modifying french.ldf (save a copy of the original first). The ordinals used for parts are determined in lines 945–950 of this file. Replace the last line ...
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How to write text after \part

It would be easy if you can use a KOMA-Script class: \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage{blindtext} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \setpartpreamble[u][\textwidth]{\vspace*{1cm}\blindtext} \part{...
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KOMAscript: How to 'flush bottom' part title page's preamble?

The content of the part preamble is set in a \parbox, so flush bottom it seems to be not possible. Maybe you are using scrlayer-scrpage for header and footer? Then you can define a new page style for ...
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openright option for \part and not for \chapter

simplest, assuming you don't have many parts is to use openany and start each part with \cleardoublepage \part if you do not want the \cleardoublepage to be explicit then just use \part and put \...
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How to start at Part 0 in LaTeX?

If you're using the article document class, part-level headers are numbered with uppercase-Roman numerals: I, II, III, etc. Because the ancient Romans didn't know about the number "0", there'...
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Why does the use of sections and parts generate bbl errors?

Your language commands are not robust. You should either use \addsec{\protect\pl ...} or define them as robust: \newcommand{\languagechange}[3]{% %\wlog{Lang: #3}% \newcommand{#1}{}% to check ...
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Customizing part and chapter section

Ok, I tried some things and hope I got it right, but you will need to adjust it to your needs. It is basically a combination of the both examples you printed. \makeatletter \def\thickhrulefill{\...
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How to change "part" to "chapter"

Adjust \partname and make yourself a macro called \chapter so that things make sense conTeXtually (...see what I did there...?): \documentclass{amsart} \renewcommand{\partname}{Chapter} \newcommand{\...
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Add space between \part and \subpart

Maybe this? I would note the MWE had several typographical errors (missing }, missing \end, etc.) in it that had to be corrected. However, what it would appear you are requesting is additional \...
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Customizing fancyhdr

report does not provide marks for the part level. You could use scrreprt and scrlayer-scrpage instead of report and fancyhdr: \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage[autooneside=false]{scrlayer-scrpage} ...
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Replace \part of the appendix of Legrand Orange Book with letters of the alphabet instead of arabic numbers

Undo the changes in structure.tex from your previous question regarding part numbering or use the original structure.tex. Add this to your preamble or at the end of structure.tex: \documentclass[...
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Replace part number by an acronym

Here is a simple solution, with an \acropart command to be used just after the \part command: \documentclass[oneside]{scrbook} \counterwithin*{chapter}{part} \makeatletter \DeclareRobustCommand\...
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Capitalize French part name

The french babel support tries to ensue that constructs like \partname~\thepart automatically get translated into "Première partie" by (locally) changing \thepart to suppress the number. ...
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Capitalize French part name

The command \partname is defined to do complicated things that in your case are not needed. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[english,french]{babel} \usepackage{titlesec} \...
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How to write text after \part

If you use the memoir class, which encompasses both the book and report classes,then: \begin{document} \nopartblankpage % title pages, etc \part{Title of the Part} Some text on the Part page \...
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Suppress "Part" in report

Just redefining \partname to do nothing is not sufficient, because of the space inserted between the part name and the number, which is not suppressed. A kludge is to redefine \partname to gobble the ...
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Using the exam document class, how to get multiple question parts on the same line?

Probably the easy way is using the multicol package: \usepackage{multicol} Then you can start the columns before your parts and end them afterwards: \documentclass{exam} \begin{document} \boxedpoints ...
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How to edit \part of amsart class?

You can use the definition of article.cls \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{blindtext} \makeatletter %default definition of article.cls %using \renewcommand instead of \newcommand \renewcommand\...
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How do you get rid of page numbers on \part pages?

Since you're using the book document class, all you need to do is issue the following two instructions in the preamble: \usepackage{etoolbox} \patchcmd{\part}{\thispagestyle{plain}}{\thispagestyle{...
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\part and text on same page in book documentclass

What you need is the titlesec package. \documentclass{book} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{titlesec} \titleclass{\part}{top} \titleformat{...
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Don't reset page numbering when a new part starts

Don't fiddle with page numbers, just use \pagestyle{empty} (or \thispagestyle{empty}) for the \part page. This has worked for me: \part[Title]{Title\thispagestyle{empty}} which puts Title in the ToC ...
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The bookmark level of Bibliograohy and appendices are lower than tha Part level?

You can use \bookmarksetup{startatroot} before \bibliography. Additional remark: Use option bibliography=totoc to add an ToC entry for the bibliography. Do not add the entry manually. Code: \...
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