## LaTeX forum ⇒ Page Layout ⇒ Contents Topic is solved

Information and discussion about page layout specific issues (e.g. header and footer lines, page formats, page numbers).
Georg
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There is no \scrbookfont. It was just for you to understand what I mean. Normally there is font type for scrbook. When we use other fonts, then how to access that font? \normalfont is not the case.

Stefan Kottwitz
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It depends on how you use the other font. When another font is properly used, commonly `\normalfont` is changed to be that font. That means, switching back from italic os something back to the (other) default font.

Perhaps show some code. Otherwise it hardly cn be said why italic would not work, except that the font may not have an italic shape.

Stefan

Georg
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Stefan Kottwitz
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Looks like some sans serif font.

Stefan

Georg
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Ok thank you very much Stefan.

Stefan Kottwitz
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Please in general try to post details, code. Otherwise it's hard to guess what is in your document but not shown here.

What I see: `\fontsize{}{}` should be followed by `\selectfont`.

Stefan

Stefan Kottwitz
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Btw. scrbook has its own features regarding headings (and fonts). For example:

`\setkomafont{paragraph}{\itshape}`

But using `titlesec` would interfere with it. I would use titlesec with base classes (article, book) and KOMA-Script features with scrartcl, scrbook. Manual: scrguien

Stefan