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How to move the page number outside flush for a single-sided document

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Auf Deutsch: Wie man bei einem einseitigen Dokument die Seitenzahl im Fuß nach außen verschiebt

Single-sided documents consist exclusively of right-hand pages. This means that there is no unique outside designation, as there are both outside left and outside right on each page. Users who speak of the outside of a single-sided document usually mean either right, or in reality they do not want to print single-sided, but only print double-sided with margins of the same width on the right and left.

For the page number on the right, see “How to move the page number to the right for a single-sided document”.

For a double-sided document, where only the left and right margins should be the same size, you can simply use option twoside=semi in KOMA-Script:

\documentclass[twoside=semi]{scrreprt}
\usepackage{blindtext}
\begin{document}
\blinddocument
\end{document}

This actually creates a double-sided document, where only typearea is instructed to calculate and set margins for a single-sided document. Since by default the pagination of double-sided documents is already done outside in the footer, the problem is solved.

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