# [texhax] Making a section level as default

gpn return0 gpn.return0 at gmail.com
Thu May 5 11:33:27 CEST 2011

Hi,

I have a tex file (attached) to prepare a article/document (pdf). In the
tex file I have four levels of sections namely “\section”, “\subMainHeader”,
“\subsection”, “\secContent” each having the different font size.

My document will mostly contain contents (“\secContent”) in between few or

The problem is, since I have some headers in between the document, I have to
use the content command (“\secContent”) every time (as given in the tex
file).

Is there any way I can set the command “\secContent” as default, so that I
don’t need to call this command to insert the content every time (before and

I need to keep the spaces (before skip and after skip) intact for all the
four levels.

Thanks,
gpn.
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