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You could bracket your code in: \vspace*{\fill} % Your stuff here \vspace*{\fill} This adds vertical space (\vspace) unconditionally (*), the space to be added is "as long as will fit" (\fill). Both \fill fight for space, each gets half. If you want uneven space top/bottom, use \stretch{n}: \vspace*{\stretch{2}} % Your stuff here \vspace*{\stretch{3}} ...

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You can do this using the caption package and by redefining the label format using the \DeclareCaptionLabelFormat command. In this #1 will get replaced with the name of the float (table, figure, ...) and #2 will be replace with the reference number. The default label format is simple #1 #2. In your case you want the number before the name and prefixed with ...

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You can set the 'openany' option so that a new chapter can start on a left or right page. \documentclass[a4paper,11pt,openany]{book} https://texblog.org/2013/02/13/latex-documentclass-options-illustrated/#openright

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I don't have much experience with latex code. I read discussions, manuals and here in this forum there are excellent discussions. I'll list the solutions that I have found and that seem to me to be similar to your question. You will need to study the code and adapt it to your needs.. Once done ask a question in the forum with your code to solve the problems ...

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For positioning of image on the slide you not need titlepage, it can be done in any frame. However, you can use it, if its use is more convenient to you in design the title frame. Absolute positioning in the corners is simple with use of tikzpicture and its options remember picture and overlay.: \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{default} \usepackage{tikz} ...

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From Beamer's manual: The pause command offers an easy, but not very flexible way of creating frames that are uncovered piecewise. [...] much more fine-grained control over what is shown on each slide can be attained using overlay specifications, That is: \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{Boadilla} \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty \begin{...

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One solution to this is the following. It's not overly satisfying though -- it's quite possible that it messes up some stuff of which I am not aware. So hopefully someone will have a better one! \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{Boadilla} \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty \begin{document} \begin{frame}{Title} \end{frame} \addtocounter{framenumber}{-1} ...

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You need to specify a \doi{<doi>}: % https://ieeeaccess.ieee.org/submitting-an-article/ \documentclass{ieeeaccess} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} \title{Title example} \author{% Author~1, Author~2, Author~3, and~Author~4,~\IEEEmembership{Member,~IEEE} \thanks{Thanks example}} \date{date example} \doi{10.1109/ACCESS.2017.DOI} % The ...

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\documentclass[10pt,letterpaper]{article} \usepackage{caption} % <--- added \captionsetup[table]{name=SI table, % <--- define caption name skip=1ex, labelfont=bf} begin{document} \begin{table}[h] \centering \caption{Here is a practice table} \label{s1table} \setlength{\tabcolsep}{3pt} % ...

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For one thing, you can't use an optional argument within an optional argument, unless it is group-isolated. For another thing, \includegraphics must be protected in this context. \documentclass[landscape]{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{authblk} \renewcommand\Affilfont{\fontsize{9}{10.8}\selectfont} \title{adf} \author[{a, \protect\...

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LaTeX commands are case sensitive, so try \LaTeX instead

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Hopefully the thesis from the original question is finished by now - but for future visitors this answer may still be useful. Using the titlesec package the appearance of chapter titles can be modified. The package defines the macro \titleformat with seven arguments, specifying the format (font size etc.), layout and contents of the title block. The text of ...

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By default \maketitle sets the maximum number of top floats in the first page to 0 so the title comes first, but if you must over-ride that: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{graphicx} \title{CDS 302 Assignment 1} \author{Michael Martin} \date{30 January 2020} \begin{document} \maketitle \global\csname @...

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If you comment this command: %interlinea 1,5% \linespread{1.5} in line 90 of your code, your title page will look as you expect. To set the line height in the main body of your document you may try other solutions (maybe this package would help).

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The following patch to \@seccntformat - the macro responsible for setting the sectional unit counter format - inserts a formatting parameter that can override section-specific formatting for the number. Specifically, I've defined \subsectionnumfont as \bfseries. \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{kpfonts,etoolbox} \makeatletter \newcommand{\...

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The titlepage=firstiscover option does only work on \maketitle not on the titlepage environment. The following copies some of the code used in \maketitle if the option titlepage=firstiscover was used and inserts it into your titlepage. I've added a \rule just so one sees that the margins are indeed correct. I've also added some dummy content so that you can ...

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You lost the format of each element of title forcing flushleft environments instead of redefining \maketitle, but some like ... fontsize: 11pt header-includes: - \usepackage{titling} - \pretitle{\begin{flushleft}\huge\bfseries} - \posttitle{\end{flushleft}} - \preauthor{\begin{flushleft}\Large} - \postauthor{\end{flushleft}} - \predate{\...

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Please check with below given modified MWE \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} \ProvidesClass{ML}[2020/01/24 MWE class-file] \LoadClass{book} \let\@superwiser\@empty% \def\superwiser#1{\def\@superwiser{\textsc{superwiser :#1}}}% \let\@subtitle\@empty% \def\subtitle#1{\def\@subtitle{\textsc{#1}}}% \renewcommand{\maketitle}{ \makeatletter \thispagestyle{empty}...

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This is not a LaTeX solution, but with pdftk this job is easy to do. Under Ubuntu you can combine pdflatex and pdftk cat like this: pdflatex document.tex #Compiling the latex document pdftk document.pdf cat 1 output titlepage.pdf #Cat first page of document to separate document pdftk document.pdf cat 2-end output rest.pdf #Cat rest of document to another ...

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