## LaTeX forum ⇒ Page Layout ⇒ Small poems in a Chapter's first page Topic is solved

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### Re: Small poems in a Chapter's first page  Topic is solved

"TeX Gyre Chorus" and "Zapf Chancery" are basically the same. To enable the font you have to take a look at the respective package files (*.sty). There you can find the relevant definitions. Applied to your example this looks like this.
\documentclass[12pt]{book}\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}\usepackage{epigraph}\usepackage{lmodern}\usepackage{microtype} \setlength{\epigraphrule}{0pt}\setlength{\epigraphwidth}{0.5\textwidth} \newcommand*{\chancery}{\usefont{T1}{qzc}{m}{n}\selectfont} \begin{document}   \chapter{Foo}   \epigraphhead[30]{\epigraph{\chancery We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.}{\medskip Albert Einstein}}\end{document}

Note that you will get a warning regarding unavailable font shapes.
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Cham
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It's working, but it wasn't obvious at all !

Why the microtype package, in this case ?

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Cham wrote:[…] Why the microtype package, in this case ?

For micro-typographic corrections in the typesetting process. Very useful in narrow columns (the epigraph here).
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Cham
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Ok, thanks for the explanation.

I was already using the microtype package anyway.

I think that my case is now completely solved. Thanks again for your help.

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Cham wrote:[…]I think that my case is now completely solved. Thanks again for your help.

Good to hear that. Just for your information, we mark topics as solved by accepting the answer that led to the solution and not the initial post. In the overview of topics this small checkmark then will be the direct link to the corresponding resolving post in that thread.
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