LaTeX paragraph trick

Wed 05 August 2015
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It may be hard to use \par\noindent to begin a paragraph without indentation just after a \section or \paragraph command. One can think of letting a blank line, but this may not work. A trick is to add an empty space before an empty line. This empty line will begin a paragraph:
\paragraph{lorem} ~\\

\noindent ipsum dolor sit amet

Category: LaTeX Tagged: LaTeX Typesetting

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