Thanks Paul. I have now gobbled the page numbering. I’ll check the others suggestions, too.
-Bernt From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Paul A. Rubin Sent: Friday, April 6, 2018 21:43 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: LyX & article style? On 04/06/2018 01:11 PM, Bernt Lie wrote: A couple of more tweaks I need to do… 1. Is there an easy way to suppress page numbering? 2. I have changed font family to Times Roman. Is it possible to use odd body font sizes? The template I’m trying to emulate uses 10.5 pt font… ☹ 3. Is it possible to specify the Times Roman font also for the document *title*? (The title looks as if it uses computer modern, or something… but I may be wrong.) 4. Can I remove the extra space that is above the title? (There *seems* to be extra space…) -B 1. Several. Google "latex eliminate page numbers" for a selection. 2. This is tied to the font you are using. Google "latex scale font" for explanations and solutions. 3. If the rest of the document is Times Roman, I think the title will also be. You can always check the LaTeX source code by clicking View > Code Preview Pane. If you do not see some other font package being loaded, nor any unusual LaTeX commands surrounding the title text, it should be Times Roman. 4. I don't think there is very much vertical space added above the title. Viewing the PDF for a test document with the first two pages side by side, I can barely see the difference (one to two lines of text?). That said, if you really want to move the title up, google "latex reduce space above title". Paul