use "\newgeometry" automatically

Christopher Skeels Chris.Skeels at
Sun Feb 28 00:19:25 CET 2021

Don’t you just need to do something like (I am a LaTeX user, so, if using TeX, modify accordingly):

In the preamble:

\fancypage style{mystyle}{
\fancyhead[R}{desired text}
\setlength{\headheight}{1in}   % or maybe a tad more to include the 1in graphic.

with maybe a \thispagestyle{plain} command on the first page in the body of the document?

I hope this helps.

Cheers, Chris.

On 28 Feb 2021, at 9:42 am, Jerry <jerry at<mailto:jerry at>> wrote:

Ok, specifically,I need to change the top margin and head height
settings. The first page is just a normal business template. The second
page is supposed to have a picture in the heading on the left side and
some text on the right. The picture is circular and one inch in
diameter. Using 'fancyhdr;, when I place it in the 'fancyheader[l]'
command, the picture is too big for the area. Worse, text is then
written through it.

I can correct the problem using the '\newgeometry' command. I just
cannot figure out hoe to do it without having to enter it manually.

I hope I have explained this satisfactorily.


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