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LaTeX Document Setup
\documentclass
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LaTeX Document Setup

The setup of a LaTeX typeset document is usually defined by the \documentclass command in form of a document class. However, additional document properties can also be defined by individual commands accordingly.

\documentclass

The \documentclass command is used to specify the fundamental setup of a LaTeX document.

Syntax

\documentclass [⟨option-list⟩]{⟨class-name⟩}[⟨release-date⟩]

Arguments

⟨option-list⟩optional, to specify the some typical properties of a LaTeX document. The options are separated by commas. Some typical document class options are Paper Sizea4paper, a5paper, b5paper, letterpaper, legalpaper, executivepaper. Paper Orientationlandscape with default portrait paper Type Size10pt, 11pt, 12pt with default 10pt Two-side/One-side Printingoneside, twoside Draft Optiondraft, final titlepage Optiontitlepage, nottitlepage Openright Optionopenright, openany Two-column Printingonecolumn, twocolumn Equation Numbering on the Leftleqno Flush Left Displaysfleqn Open Bibliographyopenbib ⟨class-name⟩to specify the .cls file of the document class used in typesetting. Some typical LaTeX document classes are articleDefault class for composing an article\chapter is not supported. Typical ⟨option-list⟩s are oneside, final, notitlepage, openany, onecolumn, leqno. reportTypesetting a multi-chapter reportTypical ⟨option-list⟩s are twoside, final, titlepage, openany, onecolumn, leqno. bookTypesetting a book.Typical ⟨option-list⟩s are twoside, final, titlepage, openright, onecolumn, leqno. letterTypesetting a standard LaTeX2 letter\maketitle, \chapter, \subsection, \begin{figure}, and \end{figure} are not supported. Typical ⟨option-list⟩s are oneside, final, notitlepage, openany, onecolumn, leqno. slidesTypesetting slides\chapter, \begin{figure}, and \end{figure} are not supported. Typical ⟨option-list⟩s are oneside, final, titlepage, openany, onecolumn, leqno. minimalThis class is the bare minimum (3 lines) that is needed in a LaTeX class file. It just sets the text width and height, and defines \normalsize\maketitle, \chapter, \Huge, \subsection, \begin{figure}, \end{figure}, and \includegraph are not supported. Typical ⟨option-list⟩s are oneside, notitlepage, openany, onecolumn, leqno. standaloneThis class is the standalone \maketitle, \chapter, \subsection, \begin{equation}, \begin{figure}, \end{figure}, and \includegraph are not supported. Typical ⟨option-list⟩s are oneside, notitlepage, openany, onecolumn, leqno. procTypesetting proceedings, based on article ltxdocTypesetting the LaTeX program, based on article ltxguideTypesetting the LaTex document, based on article ltnewsTypesetting the latest LaTeX news, based on article ⟨release-date⟩optional, to specify the earliest desired released date of the class file. It should contain a date in the format YYYY/MM/DD.

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