The maketitle command generates a title on a separate title page – except in the article style, where the title normally goes at the top of the first page. Information used to produce the title is obtained from the following declarations, which should precede the maketitle command.
The Titlepage Environment allows you to design your own title page, rather than using that created by the maketitle command whose format is determined by the document style. . See also: Page Styles, Titlepage Environment
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You can define a title for your document using title<> and then create the title itself using maketitle . You can also add other information such as the author(s) and the date, e.g.
Note the use of today to automatically insert the date you created the document. Of course you can just write a date if you prefer!
To add a table of contents, simply add tableofcontents to your document, e.g.
The thanks command produces a footnote to the title.
The date command declares text to be the document’s date. With no date command, the current date is used.
Is it possible to completely disable the title, i.e. not even title<> , when export org file to latex? I am using org mode to write paper the latex template provided by the publisher does not allow title<> command appears before begin
I tried many solutions found online but neither of them works with the latex template I am using. Currently, I put #+BIND: org-latex-title-command ” in my org file. From the source code in ox-latex , I found the following code inside org-latex-template (contents info) :
Post by yaozhao » Mon Oct 29, 2018 6:37 pm
But I want to add my university besides title, my name and date. How to do that?
Section headings of various sizes are produced (in the article document style) using the commands section , subsection and subsubsection commands. LaTeX will number the sections and subsections automatically. The title of the section should be surrounded by braces and placed immediately after the relevant command. Thus if we type
Other document styles (such as the book and letter styles) have other `sectioning’ commands available (for example, the book style has a chapter command for beginning a new chapter).
For your convenience Springer has developed macros and templates to help you prepare your manuscript.
When submitting to Editorial Manager®, please, select item type ‘Manuscript’ for all LaTeX related files (tex, bbl, bst, sty, clo, cls) and ‘Figure’ for images (eps, jpg, pdf, png, tif).
The way it treats text as latex in title context and not say, figure names, is a little strange.
After some googling I found that this is because Matlab per default treats such text strings as LaTeX code. The solution is to use the interpreter message locally: