nopageno – No page numbers in LaTeX documents
LaTeX’s standard styles use two page styles, one on normal pages and one on ‘opening’ pages with \maketitle or \chapter, etc. Unfortunately there is only easy access to changing one of these two so if you want something other than ‘plain’ on the opening pages you must use \thispagestyle on each such page. The fancyhdr package does provide a more flexible interface, but if you just want an empty page style on all pages then this package will do the job.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as nopageno|
|MiKTeX as nopageno|
control sequence and typesettting of page numbers|
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Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- duplicat: Make duplicate page numbers distinct
- numline: LaTeX macros for numbering lines
- ntabbing: Simple tabbing extension for automatic line numbering
- evenpage: Ensure that the total number of pages is even