# Combining several articles using combine package causes errors [closed]

For my thesis I need to combine two articles into one document. I have looked at the combine package which looks perfect for this. However, when I try to typeset my document, I get a lot of errors:

Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \c@minilofdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \c@minilotdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \c@partlofdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \c@partlotdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \c@sectlofdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \c@sectlotdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \mtc@savelofdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \mtc@restorelofdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \mtchideinmainlof already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \mtc@savelotdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \mtc@restorelotdepth already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 LaTeX Error: Command \mtchideinmainlot already defined.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 Undefined control sequence.
Latex Error: ./main.tex:81 Undefined control sequence.


(main.tex is my first article. It makes similar complaints about my other article)

The undefined control sequence it complains about is \begin{document}.

Any thoughts on what I might be doing wrong?

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## closed as too localized by Marco Daniel, Joseph Wright♦Jan 7 '12 at 22:41

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Please provide a MWE, that is, the smallest document you can create that reproduces the problem. That way, it's much easier for others to help you. – gerrit Nov 26 '11 at 15:16
Welcome to TeX.SE. As suggested by gerrit, without a fully MWE that illustrates the problem it is going to be difficult to determine your exact issue. – Peter Grill Nov 26 '11 at 18:28
When making a MWE, please put on the top of your document, before \documentclass, the command \listfiles. This puts in the log the list of packages (and other files) used and their versions. Please post this list along with your MWE. – Boris Nov 26 '11 at 21:19