I'm writing a semi-long report with ten-ish sections - in other words, just short enough so that it's practical to keep it all in one file without getting lost.
However, for compiling it'd be extremely useful to be able to skip some sections and get a shorter version for reading and discussion with collaborators.
I believe that I have been told that it is possible to compile only some sections of a document by using a symbol in relation with the
\sections to be skipped, and that this is possible without chopping up the document in smaller pieces and cleverly using
\include, but I'm unable to find it despite massive googling.
Does this "skip sections when compiling" sound familiar? I'd be very greatful if someone could tell me what the command is? :)