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12.10.2 LaTeX specific export settings

The LaTeX export back-end has several additional keywords for customizing LaTeX output. Setting these keywords works similar to the general options (see Export settings).

DESCRIPTION
The document's description. The description along with author name, keywords, and related file metadata are inserted in the output file by the ‘hyperref’ package. See `org-latex-hyperref-template` for customizing metadata items. See `org-latex-title-command` for typesetting description into the document's front matter. Use multiple `#+DESCRIPTION` lines for long descriptions.
LATEX_CLASS
This is LaTeX document class, such as `article`, `report`, `book`, and so on, which contain predefined preamble and headline level mapping that the LaTeX export back-end needs. The back-end reads the default class name from the `org-latex-default-class` variable. Org has `article` as the default class. A valid default class must be an element of `org-latex-classes`.
LATEX_CLASS_OPTIONS
Options the LaTeX export back-end uses when calling the LaTeX document class.
LATEX_COMPILER
The compiler, such as ‘pdflatex’, ‘xelatex’, ‘lualatex’, for producing the PDF (`org-latex-compiler`).
Arbitrary lines to add to the document's preamble, before the ‘hyperref’ settings. See `org-latex-classes` for adjusting the structure and order of the LaTeX headers.
Arbitrary lines to add to the document's preamble, before the ‘hyperref’ settings. See `org-latex-classes` for adjusting the structure and order of the LaTeX headers.
The keywords for the document. The description along with author name, keywords, and related file metadata are inserted in the output file by the ‘hyperref’ package. See `org-latex-hyperref-template` for customizing metadata items. See `org-latex-title-command` for typesetting description into the document's front matter. Use multiple `#+KEYWORDS` lines if necessary.
The document's subtitle. It is typeset as per `org-latex-subtitle-format`. If `org-latex-subtitle-separate` is non-`nil`, it is typed as part of the ‘\title’-macro. See `org-latex-hyperref-template` for customizing metadata items. See `org-latex-title-command` for typesetting description into the document's front matter.