Thesis Copyright Page Latex

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The subtitle is neatly tucked away under the title to expand on it and the author/publisher information frames the title.

The result is shown below A title page for a book or a report to get a university degree {Bachelor, Master, Ph.

D., etc.) is quite static, it doesn't really change over time.

The title page of a book or a report is the first thing a reader will see. You need to know very basic La Te X layout commands in order to get your own title page perfect.

Usually a custom titlepage does not contain any semantic markup, everything is hand crafted.

The title page is the first page of a written work, often showing information about the work, such as the author, title, course, supervisor, department and date.

A good title page clearly conveys what the work is and by whom it was written.

It features a formal layout with a clear title highlighted by two horizontal rules.

A subtitle is available to further describe the work and multiple authors/editors are catered for towards the centre of the page.

As a starting point, a La Te X package called is generated that defines the complete title matter. Ideally, the person creating the package should maintain it for a long time, create an accompanying documentation and ensure user support. Which commands are actually available, and which might be omissible should be written in a documentation that is bundled with the package.

Look around what happens if you leave one or the other command out.


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