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pdflatex, \includegraphics, and multi-page PDF files

Sometimes I create a multi-page pdf as output, e.g. graphs from R.

Is there a possibility which allows me to select separate pages of a pdf as source for the graphic that will be typeset in Latex?

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marked as duplicate by Jake, Alan Munn, Martin Scharrer May 26 '11 at 16:02

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indeed, the question is very similar... you can close this one if you want. – Timtico May 26 '11 at 15:48

You can select which page to include by using \includegraphics[page=<number>]{filename} from the graphicx package.

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wow, that was exactly what i was looking for!, thanks.. this will make my Figures directory alot less crowded – Timtico May 26 '11 at 15:39

If you use the pdfpages package for including whole pages of the pdf, you can select page ranges by using the pages option:

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