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The \\ command tells LaTeX to start a new line. It has an optional argument, extra-space, that specifies how much extra vertical space is to be inserted before the next line. This can be a negative amount. The \\* command is the same as the ordinary \\ command except that it tells LaTeX not to start a new . Possible Duplicate: \pagebreak vs \newpage In LyX/LaTeX, What is the difference between "Page Break" and "New Page"? They both seem to do the same to me.

The \\* command is the same as the ordinary \\ command except that it tells not to start a new page after the line.. LaTeX \newline. The \newline command breaks the line right where it is. The \newline command can be used only in paragraph mode. This is the name of the new command. \mathbb{R} This is what the new command does. In this case the letter R will be written in blackboard boldface style. (to use \mathbb the package amssymb is needed) After the command definition you can see how the command is used in the text. Even tough in this example the new command is defined right before.

If the command \clearpage is used, and there are stacked floating elements, such as tables or figures, they will be flushed out before starting the new page. In the example above the same image is inserted three times. Since the page break is inserted before all the figures are displayed, remaining images are inserted in an empty page before continuing with the text below the brake point. Setting the command untoggles the command \frenchspacing and activates LaTeX standards to insert more space after a period (´.´) than after an ordinary character. \normalsize Sets default font size. See Text Formatting. \nopagebreak Suggests LaTeX not to break page in this place. See Page Layout. \not O \onecolumn \opening.

This article is about LaTeX commands. Commands begin with a backslash, followed by the command name, then optional parameters enclosed in square brackets, and required parameters enclosed in curly braces. Commands control the way LaTeX operates, unlike symbols, which render text. Contents[show. 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. The number must be a number from 0 to 4. The higher the number, the more insistent the request is.