Hi Abel, Thanks for your question. Calm down and take a deep breath, read posts and provided links attentively, try to understand and ask if necessary. In order to achieve what I wanted, I removed all the stars and added the following to the preamble: The styles can be customized with fancyhdr specific commands. So all the page numbers are put in the center of the bottom line. I corrected the things you mentioned and it works fine now.
However, for the page number, the specification requires me to put it on top right of each page, 0. Take a look at the answers to a similar question here. Sometimes they need to be included in the correct order for them to work in combination with others. Hi Tom, Your inputs are really helpful. Dear Tom, Thank you for the link and sorry for the delay in getting back to you.
It should be a page without header and footer… is it possible to do it? Sometimes they need to be included in the correct order for them to work in combination with others. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5.
Tom, I do agree with you here but then I have to dig out the formating of the Chapter page, to make the correct heading sizes and make the page look like a Chapter start page. New question, new topic.
Usually, pages on which a chapter starts, use the plain style. Hi Susanna, Just set the width of the line to zero: Hope someone can help! Hi Alexandra, Thanks for your comment.
LaTeX/Customizing Page Headers and Footers
However you need to be aware that using this command changes the page style for all the pages following the command. This page may need to be updated to reflect current knowledge. Especially, don’t load a package with different options. Hi Aida, Thanks for your comment. Give it a try.
fancyhdr: \chaptermark empty
In that case you can use any style but fancyplain because it would override your redefinition. Pay attention to important ordering requirements e. November at 0: Chapter 1 — Introduction or something similar in the top left corner. Dear Sarvesh, You are welcome. It interferes and changes the pagestyle after you set it to empty.
The styles supported by fancyhdr:. Hello i need to have just chapters in headerand none section. I suspect this can be done with fancyhdr but I do not know how to do this. For two-sided, it’s common to mirror the style fancthdr opposite pages, you tend to think in terms of inner and outer.
Don’t load superfluous packages e. My exact problem is that the header is in capital letters, which is fine! What is the LaTeX command for it? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Next we’ll change the width of the text by entering the keyword width followed by an equals sign and a number in millimetres. If you have time could you leave a comment explaining how to change the header font size and margins? Hi, Here fanccyhdr a minimal working example: Nice to hear that it works.
February at 8: Hi Robert, Take a look at my post on how to define multiple page styles with fancyhdr. The first thing we will do is change the paper size. Thanks for your answer, however it seems there is a problem with this laex because the header keeps growing in height, finally eating irrevocably the totality of the page… but I may have found a solution using the tikz package! I am using the muthesis template to write my thesis.