My xelatex application in "C" directory.
My Tex file is in "D" Directory.
How can I run my tex file in "D" Drive?
and cmd prompt?
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You need to append "the path to your TeX distribution" to
Assuming you are running Windows (since you mention 'cmd prompt'), you should be able to execute
If Windows outputs
then you have two options. Either set your Windows path environment variable. The way this is done varies depending on your system, so see some guidelines depending on whether you are running Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7. Alternatively, you can expand the entire directory where your
Note that you need to use quotes