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The TITLING package

    The titling package provides controls over the typesetting of the
\maketitle and \thanks commands, makes the \title, \author and \date 
information permanantly available, and allows multiple titles in
a single document.

Changes in version 2.1d (2009/09/04)
- New maintainer (Will Robertson)

Changes in version 2.1c (2004/09/26)
- No technical change, deleted mention of non-existing command

Changes (version 2.1b 2004/05/10)
- Changed license from LPPL v1.0 to v1.3

Changes in version 2.1a (2002/02/19)

- No technical change, extra examples in the documentation.

Changes in version 2.1 (2001/03/23)

- Support for new titling elements to be printed by \maketitle 
- Multiple titles on one document
- Additional controls for layout of the thanks marks and text.
- A method for centering a titlepage title on the physical page

Changes in version 2.0 (2001/02/24)

- Added controls for typesetting the \thanks command
- Added \thanksmark for reusing thanks marks
- Added a titlingpage environment as a mix of the titlepage class
  option and the titlepage environment.
- Improved the user interface for the titling controls. Unfortunately
  this makes version 2.0 incompatible with version 1.0.

  Author: Peter Wilson (Herries Press) 
  Maintainer: Will Robertson (will dot robertson at latex-project dot org)
  Copyright 2000--2004 Peter R. Wilson
  This work may be distributed and/or modified under the
  conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either
  version 1.3c of this license or (at your option) any 
  later version: 

  This work has the LPPL maintenance status "maintained".
  The Current Maintainer of this work is Will Robertson.
  This work consists of the files:
README (this file)
  and the derived files:

    The distribution consists of the following files:
README (this file)
titling.pdf (user manual)


    To install the package:
- run: latex titling.ins (which will generate titling.sty)
- Move titling.sty to a location where LaTeX will find it.
  (typically in a local texmf tree at tex/latex/***) and refresh the
  file database. See the FAQ on CTAN at help/uk-tex-faq or for more information on this.

    To process the user manual:
- run: latex titling.dtx
- For an index, run: makeindex -s titling
- run: latex titling.dtx
- Print titling.dvi for a hardcopy of the user manual