How to suppress typeset page numbers
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When you typeset a document the positioning of page numbers is controlled by the typesetting specification. You can use a package or add commands to the document to override the typesetting specification and remove the page numbers.
Suppress page numbers for the entire document
Using the nopageno package
No other changes are needed. It is possible that the nopageno package is not compatible with the typesetting specification used by the document. In that case, try using the methods that follow.
Using commands in the document preamble
The empty page style can be used to typeset document without page numbers. Add a command to the document preamble to suppress page numbering for the entire document.
There are some special pages like the title page or chapter heading pages where the typesetting specification forces the page style. Override this for each individual page using the instructions in the next section.
Suppress page numbering for an individual page
Use a command to override the page style for an individual page. Page numbering will continue as before on the next page of the document.
Last revised 06/05/12
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