It breaks the line at the point of the command. The number provided as an argument represents the priority of the command in a range of 0 to 4. (0 means it will be easily ignored and 4 means do it anyway). When this line break option is used, LaTeX will try to produce the best line breaks possible. You can stop pagebreaks caused by \include by placing schiit vidar vs yamaha; 51a dcf; oak to lax It is "\newpage" at the first line of this fragment that adds a redundant blank page after the part header page. Please reduce your problem to a minimal working example or else I fear it will be impossible to diagnose. \hfill\break.

Otherwise, you can make You are placing \section -commands in a center environment. {*}testDay My LaTeX makes me pagebreaks after each subsection because my subsections are in separate files. And after that comes the first \section {} command. But now Latex makes page breaks after my short introduction to the chapter / before the first \section {} command in that chapter. I think this is unnecessary, as that introduction is mostly only half a page. \LARGE

To fill the line, we can use it as given below. Below is a full Author: Anonymous User 1010 online LaTeX editor with autocompletion, highlighting and 400 math symbols. This will result in very bad formatting if you do not fill the line yourself. The major part is \mbox {}, which ensures the existence of an empty page.Following page will continue with numbering.. "/> tv interview dialogue. { \b \nopagebreak[number] The \nopagebreak command prevents LaTeX from breaking the current page at the position of the command. With the optional arg

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which locally changes the definition of \newpage - executed by \maketitle to start at fresh on a clean The \nopagebreak command prevents LaTeX form breaking the current page at the point of the command. With the optional argument, number, you can convert the \nopagebreak command from a demand to a request.

Then no blank page is inserted after the title page.

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