How to change the typeset title page
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The typesetting specifications determine which elements appear on the title page of your document and the appearance of the table of contents, list of figures, and list of tables, if they are included in your document. If you need different information in the front matter of your book, report, or thesis, you can discard the automatically generated front matter and place the information you want in a titlepage environment and a series of TeX fields in the body of your document. You must provide all required formatting for the information on the new page.
Because the titlepage environment resets the page number of the following page to 1, you may need to reset the page numbering scheme.
Download the document Sample-titlepage.tex to see a demonstration of this technique. The sample document was created from the Standard LaTeX Report shell document using the above instructions. The contents of the titlepage environment include visual formatting methods such as bold and larger text and vertical spacing objects. The sample title page is patterned after an example thesis title page. An encapsulated TeX field that generates a table of contents is also included.
Last revised 2/28/11
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