# [texhax] LaTeX2e:Incorrect Margins

Nancy Mancell mancell at ucalgary.ca
Tue Nov 22 23:50:37 CET 2005

Hello,
Our thesis class and option files have always worked in the past.
Somehow, now the margins are no longer correct and I can't figure out
why. The dvips config file has letter paper size as default. We are
using MikTex on a pc and TeTex on Linux. I am hoping someone can take a
look at my attached files and figure out the mystery! Anyhow, the margin
we want to achive are left 1.5 in, right 1 in, top 1in and bottom 1in.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Cheers,
Nancy
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%  If '*' missing, then increments the counter.  If it is present, then
%  there should be no [ALTHEADING] argument.  A sectioning command
%  is normally defined to \@startsection + its first six arguments.

\def\section{\@startsection {section}{1}{\z@}{-3.5ex plus -1ex minus
-.2ex}{2.3ex plus .2ex}{\large\bfseries\sty at section}}
\def\subsection{\@startsection{subsection}{2}{\z@}{-3.25ex plus -1ex minus
-.2ex}{1.0ex plus .2ex}{\normalsize\bfseries\sty at subsection}}
\def\subsubsection{\@startsection{subsubsection}{3}{\z@}{-2.12ex plus
-1ex minus -.2ex}{0.001ex plus .2ex}{\normalsize\bfseries\sty at subsubsection}}
\def\paragraph{\@startsection
{paragraph}{4}{\z@}{2.25ex plus 1ex minus .2ex}{-1em}{\normalsize\bfseries\sty at paragraph}}
\def\subparagraph{\@startsection
{subparagraph}{4}{\parindent}{2.25ex plus 1ex minus
.2ex}{-1em}{\normalsize\bfseries\sty at subparagraph}}

% Default initializations of \...mark commands.  (See below for their
% us in defining page styles.
%

\def\chaptermark#1{}
% \def\subsectionmark#1{}
% \def\subsubsectionmark#1{}
% \def\paragraphmark#1{}
% \def\subparagraphmark#1{}

% The value of the counter secnumdepth gives the depth of the
% highest-level sectioning command that is to produce section numbers.
%

\setcounter{secnumdepth}{2}

% APPENDIX
%
% The \appendix command must do the following:
%    -- reset the chapter counter to zero
%    -- set \@chapapp to Appendix (for messages)
%    -- redefine the chapter counter to produce appendix numbers
%    -- reset the section counter to zero
%    -- redefine the \chapter command if appendix titles and headings are
%       to look different from chapter titles and headings.

\def\appendix{\par
\setcounter{chapter}{0}
\setcounter{section}{0}
\def\@chapapp{Appendix}
\def\thechapter{\Alph{chapter}}}

%    ****************************************
%    *                LISTS                 *
%    ****************************************
%

% The following commands are used to set the default values for the list
% environment's parameters. See the LaTeX manual for an explanation of
% the meanings of the parameters.  Defaults for the list environment are
% set as follows.  First, \rightmargin, \listparindent and \itemindent
% are set to 0pt.  Then, for a Kth level list, the command \@listK is
% called, where 'K' denotes 'i', 'ii', ... , 'vi'.  (I.e., \@listiii is
% called for a third-level list.)  By convention, \@listK should set
% \leftmargin to \leftmarginK.
%
% For efficiency, level-one list's values are defined at top level, and
% \@listi is defined to set only \leftmargin.

\leftmargini 2.5em
\leftmarginii 2.2em     % > \labelsep + width of '(m)'
\leftmarginiii 1.87em   % > \labelsep + width of 'vii.'
\leftmarginiv 1.7em     % > \labelsep + width of 'M.'
\leftmarginv 1em
\leftmarginvi 1em

\leftmargin\leftmargini
\labelsep .5em
\parsep 5pt plus 2.5pt minus 1pt

\def\@listi{\leftmargin\leftmargini}

\def\@listii{\leftmargin\leftmarginii
\topsep 5pt plus 2.5pt minus 1pt
\parsep 2.5pt plus 1pt minus 1pt
\itemsep \parsep}

\def\@listiii{\leftmargin\leftmarginiii
\topsep 2.5pt plus 1pt minus 1pt
\parsep \z@ \partopsep 1pt plus 0pt minus 1pt
\itemsep \topsep}

\def\@listiv{\leftmargin\leftmarginiv

\def\@listv{\leftmargin\leftmarginv

\def\@listvi{\leftmargin\leftmarginvi

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%% This is the University of Calgary Thesis Class file ucalgthes.cls''
%% [1998/03/01] -- N. Mancell, UCS].
%% for use with LaTeX2e[1996/12/01]
%
%%% MODIFICATIONS
%%  Modified thesis.sty to ucalgthes.cls
%%  Changes for LaTeX2e compatibility, font selection and options selection.
%%  No new style modifications were done.

%%%HISTORICAL LOCAL MODIFICATIONS - REPORT STYLE TO THESIS.STY"
%% THESIS DOCUMENT STYLE -- Released January 1987
%    for LaTeX version 2.09
% Copyright (C) 1985 by Leslie Lamport
% Modified from Report Style by Deborah Teale January 1987
% Modified (March 1988) to clear marks in the CONTENTS and INDEX
% Modified (May 1988) to add newsigncolumn command for multiple signature
%                     columns on the signing page
%                     to toc and add defs Author Degree thesis
%                     default \thesis is thesis rather than dissertation
%\typeout{Document Style 'thesis'.  Released May 1988}
%\typeout{Document Style 'thesis'. Released Sep 1992}
%
%%% IDENTIFICATION
\NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e}[1996/12/01]
\ProvidesClass{ucalgthes}[1998/03/01 v1.0 University of Calgary Thesis Class]
\RequirePackage{setspace}[200/12/01] %(NM2005) replacing old doublespace.sty %singlespace,onehalfspace and doublespacing options%

%%% DECLARATION OF OPTIONS
%  The type size option is handled by reading a different (THESxx.CLO)
%  file for each  size, as follows, to define font size-specific commands:
%       10pt : THES10, 11pt : THES11, 12pt : THES12
%  Defaults are set to 12pt, onside, final (98/03/01)NM
%
\newcommand\@ptsize{}
\newcommand\@draftmark{}
\newcommand\@includeprompt{}
\newcommand\@chapterprompt{}
%
%% Font Size Options (nm1998/03/01)
\DeclareOption{10pt}{\renewcommand\@ptsize{0}}
%
%%  Two-side or one-side Printing Option (nm1998/03/01).
\DeclareOption{oneside}{\@twosidefalse \@mparswitchfalse}
\DeclareOption{twoside}{\@twosidetrue \@mparswitchtrue}
%
%%  Draft Option (nm1998/03/01)
\DeclareOption{draft}{\renewcommand\@draftmark{1}}
\DeclareOption{final}{\renewcommand\@draftmark{2}}
%
%%  Includeprompt Option(prompt user for includeonly files)(nm1998/03/01)
\DeclareOption{includeprompt}{\renewcommand\@includeprompt{\typein[\includefiles]{Type includeonly filenames {f1,f2,f3}}
\includeonly{\includefiles}}}
%
%%  Chapterprompt Option(prompts user for chapter number and filename)
%%  (nm1998/03/01)
\DeclareOption{chapterprompt}{\renewcommand\chapterprompt{\typein[\chapterfilename]{Type chapter filename }%
\typein[\chapternumber\{Type chapter number }%
\def\chapterprompt{\setcounter{chapter}{\chapternumber}%
\include{chapterfilename}}}
%
%%% EXECUTE OPTIONS
\ExecuteOptions{letterpaper,12pt,oneside,final} %(NM2005 added letterpaper)Defaults to 12pt type size, oneside,final

%  Draft Option - options gets implemented
%
% \overfullrule = 0pt             % Default is don't mark overfull hboxes.
\ifnum \@draftmark = 1
\overfullrule 5pt  % Causes overfull hboxes to be marked.
\fi

% The \ProcessOptions command causes the execution of every command FOO
% which is declared and for which the user typed the FOO option in his
% \documentclass command.  For every undeclared option BAR there will be
% a warning message. (nm98/03/01)

\ProcessOptions

%\input setspace.sty %(NM 2005 setspace.sty replacing doublespace.sty)
\input thes1\@ptsize.clo\relax

%    ****************************************
%    *                LISTS                 *
%    ****************************************
%

% ENUMERATE
%  Enumeration is done with four counters: enumi, enumii, enumiii
%  and enumiv, where enumN controls the numbering of the Nth level
%  enumeration.  The label is generated by the commands \labelenumi
%  ... \labelenumiv.  The expansion of \p at enumN\theenumN defines the
%  output of a \ref command.

\def\labelenumi{\arabic{enumi}.}
\def\theenumi{\arabic{enumi}}

\def\labelenumii{(\alph{enumii})}
\def\theenumii{\alph{enumii}}
\def\p at enumii{\theenumi}

\def\labelenumiii{\roman{enumiii}.}
\def\theenumiii{\roman{enumiii}}
\def\p at enumiii{\theenumi(\theenumii)}

\def\labelenumiv{\Alph{enumiv}.}
\def\theenumiv{\Alph{enumiv}}
\def\p at enumiv{\p at enumiii\theenumiii}

% ITEMIZE
% Itemization is controlled by four commands: \labelitemi, \labelitemii,
% \labelitemiii, and \labelitemiv, which define the labels of the various
% itemization levels.(\bf to \bfseries, \bullet \m at ath\bullet, etc.
%  nm1998/03/01)

\def\labelitemi{$\m at th\bullet$}
\def\labelitemii{\bfseries --}
\def\labelitemiii{$\m at th\ast$}
\def\labelitemiv{$\m at th\cdot$}

% VERSE
%   The verse environment is defined by making clever use of the
%   list environment's parameters.  The user types \\ to end a line.
%   This is implemented by \let'in \\ equal \@centercr.
%
\def\verse{\let\\=\@centercr
\list{}{\itemsep\z@ \itemindent -1.5em\listparindent \itemindent
\let\endverse\endlist

% QUOTATION
%   Fills lines
%   Indents paragraph
%
\def\quotation{\list{}{\listparindent 1.5em
\itemindent\listparindent
\rightmargin\leftmargin\parsep 0pt plus 1pt}\item[]}
\let\endquotation=\endlist

% QUOTE -- same as quotation except no paragraph indentation,
%
\def\quote{\list{}{\rightmargin\leftmargin}\item[]}
\let\endquote=\endlist

% DESCRIPTION
%
%  To change the formatting of the label, you must redefine
%  \descriptionlabel.

\def\descriptionlabel#1{\hspace\labelsep \bfseries #1}
\def\description{\list{}{\labelwidth\z@ \itemindent-\leftmargin
\let\makelabel\descriptionlabel}}

\let\enddescription\endlist

\newdimen\descriptionmargin
\descriptionmargin=3em

%    ****************************************
%    *         OTHER ENVIRONMENTS           *
%    ****************************************
%
%
% THEOREM
% \@begintheorem ... \@endtheorem are the commands executed at the
% beginning and end of a (user-defined) theorem-like environment.
% Except \@opargbegintheorem is executed when an optional argument is
% given.  Cf. LATEX.TEX.
%
% \def\@begintheorem#1#2{\it \trivlist \item[\hskip \labelsep{\bfseries #1\ #2}]}
% \def\@opargbegintheorem#1#2#3{\it \trivlist
%       \item[\hskip \labelsep{\bfseries #1\ #2\ (#3)}]}
% \def\@endtheorem{\endtrivlist}

% TITLEPAGE
%  In the normal environments, the titlepage environment does nothing but
%  start and end a page, and inhibit page numbers.  It also resets the
%  page number to zero.  In two-column style, it still makes a one-column
%  page.
\def\titlepage{\@restonecolfalse\if at twocolumn\@restonecoltrue\onecolumn
\else \newpage \fi \thispagestyle{empty}\c at page\z@}

\def\endtitlepage{\if at restonecol\twocolumn \else \newpage \fi}
% Variables for the thesis title page
\def\dept#1{\gdef\@dept{#1}}
\def\degree#1{\gdef\@degree{#1}\gdef\Degree{#1}}
\def\monthname#1{\gdef\@monthname{#1}}
%\def\year#1{\gdef\@year{#1}} %(NM2005 interferred with latex year command for fancyhdr)
\def\thesisyear#1{\gdef\@year{#1}} % redefined as per above comment (NM2005)
\def\thesis#1{\gdef\Thesis{#1}\gdef\@THESIS{\uppercase{#1}}}
\def\author#1{\gdef\@author{#1}\gdef\Author{#1}}

% SIGNINGPAGE
% environment signing and command signline
\newlength{\signwidth}
\newenvironment{signing}[1]{\settowidth{\signwidth}{#1}%     %width of longest signature
\def\signline{ \null\vskip 1em\makebox[\signwidth]{\hrulefill}\\}	%signature line
\def\newsigncolumn{\end{minipage}\hfill\begin{minipage}[t]{\signwidth}}% allow for more than one column of signatures
\singlespace
\noindent\begin{minipage}{\textwidth}
\raggedleft
\null
\begin{minipage}[t]{\signwidth}
}{\null\end{minipage}\end{minipage}
\null
\par
\vfill
\noindent \rule{2.5in}{.01in}\null
\\
\noindent Date
\endsinglespace}

% ARRAY AND TABULAR
%

\arraycolsep 5pt     % Half the space between columns in an array environment.
\tabcolsep 6pt       % Half the space between columns in a tabular environment.
\arrayrulewidth .4pt % Width of rules in array and tabular environment.
\doublerulesep 2pt   % Space between adjacent rules in array or tabular env.

% TABBING
%
\tabbingsep \labelsep   % Space used by the \' command.  (See LaTeX manual.)

% MINIPAGE
%  \@minipagerestore is called upon entry to a minipage environment to
%  set up things that are to be handled differently inside a minipage
%  environment. In the current styles, it does nothing.
%
% \skip\@mpfootins : plays same role for footnotes in a minipage as
%                    \skip\footins does for ordinary footnotes

\skip\@mpfootins = \skip\footins

% FRAMEBOX
%
\fboxsep = 3pt    % Space left between box and text by \fbox and \framebox.
\fboxrule = .4pt  % Width of rules in box made by \fbox and \framebox.

%    ****************************************
%    *        CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS         *
%    ****************************************
%
% DEFINE COUNTERS:
%
% \newcounter{NEWCTR}[OLDCTR] : Defines NEWCTR to be a counter, which is
%                               reset to zero when counter OLDCTR is stepped.
%                               Counter OLDCTR must already be defined.

\newcounter{part}
\newcounter {chapter}
\newcounter {section}[chapter]
\newcounter {subsection}[section]
\newcounter {subsubsection}[subsection]
\newcounter {paragraph}[subsubsection]
\newcounter {subparagraph}[paragraph]

% For any counter CTR, \theCTR is a macro that defines the printed version
% of counter CTR.  It is defined in terms of the following macros:
%
%  \arabic{COUNTER} : The value of COUNTER printed as an arabic numeral.
%  \roman{COUNTER}  : Its value printed as a lower-case roman numberal.
%  \Roman{COUNTER}  : Its value printed as an upper-case roman numberal.
%  \alph{COUNTER}   : Value of COUNTER printed as a lower-case letter:
%                         1 = a, 2 = b, etc.
%  \Alph{COUNTER}   : Value of COUNTER printed as an upper-case letter:
%                           1 = A, 2 = B, etc.
%

\def\thepart          {\Roman{part}}
\def\thechapter       {\arabic{chapter}}
\def\thesection       {\thechapter.\arabic{section}}
\def\thesubsection    {\thesection.\arabic{subsection}}
\def\thesubsubsection {\thesubsection .\arabic{subsubsection}}
\def\theparagraph     {\thesubsubsection.\arabic{paragraph}}
\def\thesubparagraph  {\theparagraph.\arabic{subparagraph}}

% \@chapapp is initially defined to be 'Chapter'.  The \appendix
% command redefines it to be 'Appendix'.
%
\def\@chapapp{Chapter}

%    ****************************************
%    ****************************************
%
% A \subsection command writes a
%       \contentsline{subsection}{TITLE}{PAGE}
% command on the .toc file, where TITLE contains the contents of the
% entry and PAGE is the page number.  If subsections are being numbered,
% then TITLE will be of the form
% where NUM is the number produced by \thesubsection.  Other sectioning
% commands work similarly.
%
% A \caption command in a 'figure' environment writes
%    \contentsline{figure}{\numberline{NUM}{CAPTION}}{PAGE}
% on the .lof file, where NUM is the number produced by \thefigure and
% CAPTION is the figure caption.  It works similarly for a 'table' environment.
%
% The command \contentsline{NAME} expands to \l at NAME.  So, to specify
% \l at subsection, ... ; to specify the list of figures, we must define
% \l at figure; and so on.  Most of these can be defined with the
% \@dottedtocline command, which works as follows.
%
% \@dottedtocline{LEVEL}{INDENT}{NUMWIDTH}{TITLE}{PAGE}
%    LEVEL    : An entry is produced only if LEVEL < or = value of
%               'tocdepth' counter.  Note, \chapter is level 0, \section
%               is level 1, etc.
%    INDENT   : The indentation from the outer left margin of the start of
%               the contents line.
%    NUMWIDTH : The width of a box in which the section number is to go,
%               if TITLE includes a \numberline command.
%
% This command uses the following three parameters, which are set
% with a \def (so em's can be used to make them depend upon the font).
%   \@pnumwidth : The width of a box in which the page number is put.
%   \@tocrmarg  : The right margin for multiple line entries.  One
%                 wants \@tocrmarg > or = \@pnumwidth
%   \@dotsep    : Separation between dots, in mu units.  Should be \def'd to
%                 a number like 2 or 1.7

\def\@pnumwidth{1.55em}
\def\@tocrmarg {2.55em}
\def\@dotsep{4.5}
\setcounter{tocdepth}{2}

% TABLEOFCONTENTS
%  In thesis class, \tableofcontents, \listoffigures, etc. are always
%  set in single-column style.  @restonecol

\def\tableofcontents{\@restonecolfalse\if at twocolumn\@restonecoltrue\onecolumn
\@starttoc{toc}\if at restonecol\twocolumn\fi}

\addvspace{2.25em plus 1pt}  % space above part line
\begingroup
\@tempdima 3em         % width of box holding part number, used by
\parindent \z@ \rightskip \@pnumwidth             %% \numberline
\parfillskip -\@pnumwidth
{\large \bfseries          % set line in \large boldface
\leavevmode          % TeX command to enter horizontal mode.
#1\hfil \hbox to\@pnumwidth{\hss #2}}\par
\nobreak             % Never break after part entry
\endgroup}

\def\l at chapter#1#2{\pagebreak[3]
\vskip 1.0em plus 1pt  % space above chapter line
\@tempdima 1.5em       % width of box holding chapter number
\begingroup
\parindent \z@ \rightskip \@pnumwidth
\parfillskip -\@pnumwidth
\bfseries                  % Boldface.
\leavevmode          % TeX command to enter horizontal mode.
#1\hfil \hbox to\@pnumwidth{\hss #2}\par
\endgroup}

\def\l at section{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
\def\l at subsection{\@dottedtocline{2}{3.8em}{3.2em}}
\def\l at subsubsection{\@dottedtocline{3}{7.0em}{4.1em}}
\def\l at paragraph{\@dottedtocline{4}{10em}{5em}}
\def\l at subparagraph{\@dottedtocline{5}{12em}{6em}}

% LIST OF FIGURES
%
\def\listoffigures{\@restonecolfalse\if at twocolumn\@restonecoltrue\onecolumn
\fi\chapter*{List of Figures\markboth
\@starttoc{lof}\if at restonecol\twocolumn
\fi}

\def\l at figure{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}

% LIST OF TABLES
%
\def\listoftables{\@restonecolfalse\if at twocolumn\@restonecoltrue\onecolumn
\fi\chapter*{List of Tables\markboth
\@starttoc{lot}\if at restonecol\twocolumn
\fi}

\let\l at table\l at figure

%    ****************************************
%    *             BIBLIOGRAPHY             *
%    ****************************************
%
% The thebibliography environment executes the following commands:
%
%  \def\newblock{\hskip .11em plus .33em minus -.07em} --
%      Defines the closed' format, where the blocks (major units of
%      information) of an entry run together.
%
%  \sloppy  -- Used because it's rather hard to do line breaks in
%      bibliographies,
%
%  \sfcode\.=1000\relax --
%      Causes a .' (period) not toproduce an end-of-sentence space.

\def\thebibliography#1{\altchapter{Bibliography}\list
{[\arabic{enumi}]}{\settowidth\labelwidth{[#1]}\leftmargin\labelwidth
\usecounter{enumi}}
\def\newblock{\hskip .11em plus .33em minus -.07em}
\sloppy
\sfcode\.=1000\relax}

\let\endthebibliography=\endlist

% \def\@biblabel#1{[#1]\hfill}  % Produces the label for a \bibitem[...]
% command.
% \def\@cite#1{[#1]}            % Produces the output of the \cite command.

%    ****************************************
%    *              THE INDEX               *
%    ****************************************
%
% THE THEINDEX ENVIRONMENT
% Produces double column format, with each paragraph a separate entry.
% The user commands \item, \subitem and \subsubitem are used to
% produce the entries, and \indexspace adds an extra vertical space
% that's the right size to put above the first entry with a new letter
% of the alphabet.

\newif\if at restonecol

\def\theindex{\@restonecoltrue\if at twocolumn\@restonecolfalse\fi
\columnseprule \z@
\markboth{}{}\thispagestyle{plain}\parindent\z@
\parskip\z@ plus .3pt\relax\let\item\@idxitem}

\def\@idxitem{\par\hangindent 40pt}

\def\subitem{\par\hangindent 40pt \hspace*{20pt}}

\def\subsubitem{\par\hangindent 40pt \hspace*{30pt}}

\def\endtheindex{\if at restonecol\onecolumn\else\clearpage\fi}

\def\indexspace{\par \vskip 10pt plus 5pt minus 3pt\relax}

%    ****************************************
%    *             FOOTNOTES                *
%    ****************************************
%
% \footnoterule is a macro to draw the rule separating the footnotes from
% the text.  It should take zero vertical space, so it needs a negative
% skip to compensate for any positive space taken by the rule.  (See
% PLAIN.TEX.)

\def\footnoterule{\kern-3\p@
\hrule width .4\columnwidth
\kern 2.6\p@}                 % The \hrule has default height of .4pt .

% \newcounter{footnote}
\@addtoreset{footnote}{chapter}  % Numbers footnotes within chapters

%   \@makefntext{NOTE} :
%        Must produce the actual footnote, using \@thefnmark as the mark
%        of the footnote and NOTE as the text.  It is called when effectively
%        inside a \parbox of width \columnwidth (i.e., with \hsize =
%        \columnwidth).
%
%        The following macro indents all lines of the footnote by 10pt, and
%        indents the first line of a new paragraph by 1em.  To change these
%        dimensions, just substitute the desired value for '10pt' [in both
%        places] or '1em'.  The mark is flushright against the footnote.
%          \long\def\@makefntext#1{\@setpar{\@@par\@tempdima \hsize
%             \parindent 1em\noindent \hbox to \z@{\hss$^{\@thefnmark}$}#1}
%
%        A simpler macro is used, in which the footnote text is
%        set like an ordinary text paragraph, with no indentation except
%        on the first line of a paragraph, and the first line of the
%        footnote.  Thus, all the macro must do is set \parindent
%        to the appropriate value for succeeding paragraphs and put the
%        proper indentation before mark.

\long\def\@makefntext#1{\parindent 1em\noindent
\hbox to 1.8em{\hss$^{\@thefnmark}$}#1}

% \@makefnmark : A macro to generate the footnote marker that goes
%    in the text.  Default used.
%

%    ****************************************
%    *         FIGURES AND TABLES           *
%    ****************************************
%
% Float placement parameters.  See LaTeX manual for their definition.
%
\setcounter{topnumber}{2}
\def\topfraction{.7}
\setcounter{bottomnumber}{1}
\def\bottomfraction{.3}
\setcounter{totalnumber}{3}
\def\textfraction{.2}
\def\floatpagefraction{.5}
\setcounter{dbltopnumber}{2}
\def\dbltopfraction{.7}
\def\dblfloatpagefraction{.5}

% \@makecaption{NUMBER}{TEXT} : Macro to make a figure or table caption.
%      NUMBER : Figure or table number--e.g., 'Figure 3.2'
%      TEXT   : The caption text.
%  Macro should be called inside a \parbox of right width, with \normalsize.

\long\def\@makecaption#1#2{
\vskip 10pt
\setbox\@tempboxa\hbox{#1: #2}
\ifdim \wd\@tempboxa >\hsize   % IF longer than one line:
\unhbox\@tempboxa\par      %   THEN set as ordinary paragraph.
\else                        %   ELSE  center.
\hbox to\hsize{\hfil\box\@tempboxa\hfil}
\fi}

% To define a float of type TYPE (e.g., TYPE = figure), the document style
% must define the following.
%
%  \fps at TYPE   : The default placement specifier for floats of type TYPE.
%
%  \ftype at TYPE : The type number for floats of type TYPE.  Each TYPE has
%                associated a unique positive TYPE NUMBER, which is a power
%                of two.  E.g., figures might have type number 1, tables type
%                number 2, programs type number 4, etc.
%
%  \ext at TYPE   : The file extension indicating the file on which the
%                contents list for float type TYPE is stored.  For example,
%                \ext at figure = 'lof'.
%
%  \fnum at TYPE  : A macro to generate the figure number for a caption.
%                For example, \fnum at TYPE == Figure \thefigure.
%
%  The actual float-making environment commands--e.g., the commands
%  \figure and \endfigure--are defined in terms of the macros \@float
%  and \end at float, which are described below.
%
%  \@float{TYPE}[PLACEMENT] : Macro to begin a float environment for a
%     single-column float of type TYPE with PLACEMENT as the placement
%     specifier.  The default value of PLACEMENT is defined by \fps at TYPE.
%     The environment is ended by \end at float.
%     E.g., \figure == \@float{figure}, \endfigure == \end at float.

% FIGURE

\newcounter{figure}[chapter]
\def\thefigure{\thechapter.\@arabic\c at figure}

\def\fps at figure{tbp}
\def\ftype at figure{1}
\def\ext at figure{lof}
\def\fnum at figure{Figure \thefigure}
\def\figure{\@float{figure}}
\let\endfigure\end at float
\@namedef{figure*}{\@dblfloat{figure}}
\@namedef{endfigure*}{\end at dblfloat}

% TABLE
%
\newcounter{table}[chapter]
\def\thetable{\thechapter.\@arabic\c at table}

\def\fps at table{tbp}
\def\ftype at table{2}
\def\ext at table{lot}
\def\fnum at table{Table \thetable}
\def\table{\@float{table}}
\let\endtable\end at float
\@namedef{table*}{\@dblfloat{table}}
\@namedef{endtable*}{\end at dblfloat}

%    ****************************************
%    *         TITLE AND ABSTRACT           *
%    ****************************************
%
%
% Uses same title and abstract format as the article style's
% Uses thesistitlepage option
% titlepage option.

\input thesistitlepage.sty

%    ****************************************
%    *            PAGE STYLES               *
%    ****************************************
%
% The page style 'foo' is defined by defining the command \ps at foo.  This
% command should make only local definitions.  There should be no stray
% spaces in the definition, since they could lead to mysterious extra
% spaces in the output.
%
% The \ps at ... command defines the macros \@oddhead, \@oddfoot,
% feet---e.g., \@oddhead is the macro to produce the contents of the
% heading box for odd-numbered pages.  It is called inside an \hbox of
% width \textwidth.
%
% To make headings determined by the sectioning commands, the page style
% defines the commands \chaptermark, \sectionmark, ... , where
% \chaptermark{TEXT} is called by \chapter to set a mark, and so on.
% The \...mark commands and the \...head macros are defined with the
% help of the following macros.  (All the \...mark commands should be
% initialized to no-ops.)
%
% MARKING CONVENTIONS:
% LaTeX extends TeX's \mark facility by producing two kinds of marks
% a 'left' and a 'right' mark, using the following commands:
%     \markboth{LEFT}{RIGHT} : Adds both marks.
%     \markright{RIGHT}      : Adds a 'right' mark.
%                  macro, gets the current 'left'  mark.  Works like TeX's
%                  \botmark command.
%                  macro, gets the current 'right'  mark.  Works like TeX's
%                  \firstmark command.
% The marking commands work reasonably well for right marks 'numbered
% within' left marks--e.g., the left mark is changed by a \chapter command and
% the right mark is changed by a \section command.  However, it does
% produce somewhat anomalous results if two \bothmark's occur on the same page.
%
%% (98/03/01) - NM Changed \rm and \sl to \rmfamily and \slshape. Removed
%%              \hbox{} also.
%
\mark{{}{}}   % Initializes TeX's marks

%   \def\@oddfoot{}
%
%   \def\@oddfoot{\rmfamily\hfil\thepage\hfil}
%   \let\@evenfoot\@oddfoot}

% Definition of 'headings' page style
%  Note the use of ##1 for parameter of \def\chaptermark inside the
%

\if at twoside         % If two-sided printing.
\def\chaptermark##1{\markboth {\uppercase{\ifnum \c at secnumdepth >\m at ne
\@chapapp\ \thechapter. \ \fi ##1}}{}}%
\def\sectionmark##1{\markright {\uppercase{\ifnum \c at secnumdepth >\z@
\thesection. \ \fi ##1}}}}
\else               % If one-sided printing.
\def\chaptermark##1{\markright {\uppercase{\ifnum \c at secnumdepth >\m at ne
\@chapapp\ \thechapter. \ \fi ##1}}}}
\fi

% Definition of 'myheadings' page style.
%
\def\@evenfoot{}\def\sectionmark##1{}\def\subsectionmark##1{}}

%    ****************************************
%    *            MISCELLANEOUS             *
%    ****************************************
%
% DATE
%
\def\today{\ifcase\month\or
January\or February\or March\or April\or May\or June\or
July\or August\or September\or October\or November\or December\fi
\space\number\day, \number\year}

% EQUATION and EQNARRAY -- put here because it must follow \chapter definition
%
% \newcounter{equation}
%
\@addtoreset{equation}{chapter}   % Makes \chapter reset 'equation' counter.

\def\theequation{\thechapter.\arabic{equation}}

% \jot = 3pt      % Extra space added between lines of an eqnarray environment

% The macro \@eqnnum defines how equation numbers are to appear in equations.
%
% \def\@eqnnum{(\theequation)}
%

%    ****************************************
%    *           INITIALIZATION             *
%    ****************************************
%
% Default initializations

\thesis{thesis}   % default thesis rather than dissertation
\pagenumbering{arabic}      % Arabic page numbers
\onecolumn                  % Single-column.
\if at twoside\else\raggedbottom\fi % Ragged bottom unless twoside option.
\setstretch{1.7}		% Initial baselinestretch

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%% Modified documentstyle to documentclass -- compatibility with LaTex2e
%% N. Mancell (98/03/01).

%%  ucalgthes_root.tex        (NM 98/03/01)
%   Modified   92-09-18      Add references to dissertation        D. Teale
%                            Add approval page to toc
%                            Add ref to Title Degree on approval page
%
\documentclass{ucalgthes}
%\usepackage{anysize}
%\marginsize{1.5in}{.75in}{1in}{1in}
%\usepackage{fancyhdr,graphicx,amsmath,color} %(NM2005)Uncomment this line if using optional packages - fancyhdr to change numbering if needed.

\title{Title of Thesis \\ \bigskip Second ThesisTitle Line }
%
%            Insert the correct information between the {}
%
\author{Student's name}
\thesisyear{year}  %(NM2005) created thesisyear command so \today command can be used
\thesis{thesis}    % the word dissertation can be inserted between {}
\newcommand{\thesistitle}{Title of Thesis}
\monthname{monthname}
\dept{name of department}
\degree{name of degree in full}
%
%                    End of supplied information
%
\begin{document}
\makethesistitle
\pagenumbering{roman}     % resets page counter to one
\setcounter{page}{2}
\altchapter[Approval Page]{THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY \\ FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES}
\pagestyle{plain}
The undersigned certify that they have read, and recommend
to the Faculty of Graduate Studies for acceptance, a \Thesis\ entitled
\thesistitle'' submitted by \Author\
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
\Degree.

%
%                 Substitute  List of Examiners
%
\signline
Chairman, Dr.~John D.~Doe \\
Services  \\
\signline
Dr.~Jane Smith \\
%\newsigncolumn         use this command to start a new column if necessary
\signline
Dr.~A.~B.~Brown \\
\end{signing}
%
\altchapter{Abstract}
Paragraph 1

Paragraph 2

Paragragh 3
\altchapter{Acknowledgements}
Paragraph 1

Paragraph 2

Paragraph 3

\begin{singlespace}
\tableofcontents						%(NM2005)added List of Table and List of Figures to Table                               of Contents
\listoftables
\listoffigures
\end{singlespace}
\clearpage                   % otherwise tables will be numbered wrong
\pagestyle{myheadings}       %(NM2005) Remove this line if using \fancyhdr package 	                                 option
\pagenumbering{arabic}

%\fancypagestyle{plain}{  %(NM2005 uncomment the next 6 lines to change headers and footers, pagenumbering placement)
%\fancyhf{}
%\fancyfoot[lf]{\today} %(NM2005 \today command optional for draft copies)
%\fancyfoot[rf]{\thepage}
%\renewcommand{\footrulewidth}{0pt}}
\include{chap1}
\include{chap2}
\include{chap3}
\include{chap4}
\include{chap5}
\include{append}
\end{document}
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