- Simply use the
`fullpage`

package for somewhat standardized smaller margins (around an inch):

\usepackage{fullpage}

For an even greater effect give it the `cm`

option (around 1.5cm):

\usepackage[cm]{fullpage}

- Use the
`a4wide`

package for a page with A4 document size with smaller margins.

- Use the
`geometry`

package. This package allows you to specify the 4 margins without needing to remember the particular page dimensions commands. You can enter the measures in centimeters and inches as well. Use `cm`

for centimeters and `in`

for inches after each value (e.g: 1.0in or 2.54cm). Note that by default (i.e. without any options) this package already reduces the margins, so for a ‘standard layout’ you may not need to specify anything. These values are relative to the edge of paper (0in) and go inward it. It may be implemented as follows:

\usepackage[top=tlength, bottom=blength, left=llength, right=rlength]{geometry}

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