Paragraphs – the right way

in LaTeX the only two regular ways to end a paragraph are an empty line or the \par macro. Thus


is basically the same.

Please do not use \\, \newline or anything else to “end” a paragraph; it is considered to be bad style and actually wrong: From LaTeX’s point of view this only ends the line but belongs to the same paragraph. Therefore the indention or skip between paragraphs can’t work properly.

Removing page numbers

The traditional way to avoid displaying page numbers is using the command \pagestyle{empty}. Another way, which also omits pane numbers in the table of contents, is:

If you use hyperref, check that required hyperlinks still work.