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I'm currently "compiling" a document (scrreprt) which includes many chapters from various other documents.

I want to group these chapters into parts but instead of the titlepage generated by the part-command I want to use the title pages from the subdocuments.

I already managed the including part. Now I wan't to remove the part-pages without destroying things like the page-numbering.

Is there a way to let the parts only appear in the TOC?

\part{Architektur} %For the entry in TOC
\includepdf{architecture.pdf} %This includes my titlepage
\input{architecture/deployment} % The actual content of the subdocument
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Sure; you can use the addtotoc= option for \includepdf; something like


Of course, you can now remove the \part{Architektur} command from your document.

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