## LaTeX forum ⇒ Text Formatting ⇒ Remove Text Indentation Topic is solved

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Lalitp
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### Remove Text Indentation

Hi,

this is my code I have posted here.
\documentclass[12pt]{article} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \section{Advantages}Innovative This project uses ... Easy Camera sensor... Fast 3D data acquisition... Accurate Delivering excellent...\end{document}

There are four main headings, "Innovative", "Easy", "Fast", "Accurate". Here In this you can see that "Innovative" position and other three positions are different. I want to make all positions same as "Innovative". And after each heading I want space of one line. So, how to do in script.

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localghost
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Lalitp wrote:[…] There are four main headings, "Innovative", "Easy", "Fast", "Accurate". […]

But you did not tag them as headings. So you should use the corresponding markup commands like shown below to do so.
\documentclass[12pt]{article} \begin{document}   \tableofcontents    \section{Advantages}    \subsection*{Innovative}     This project uses ...    \subsection*{Easy}     Camera sensor...    \subsection*{Fast}     3D data acquisition...    \subsection*{Accurate}     Delivering excellent...\end{document}

Click on "Open in writeLaTeX" in the head of the above code box to see the rendered output.
Lalitp wrote:[…] Here In this you can see that "Innovative" position and other three positions are different. I want to make all positions same as "Innovative". […]

What you see here is paragraph indentation. New paragraphs in LaTeX are introduced with a blank line in the source. And the first line of a paragraph is indented by the length \parindent. You can avoid this indentation locally once with \noindent.
Lalitp wrote:[…] And after each heading I want space of one line. So, how to do in script.

See above code. If you want to customize this, feel free to ask further questions.

It looks like you are a complete novice so it is recommendable to do some basic reading.

Best regards and welcome to the board
Thorsten
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