I have a fairly large LaTeX document, with several chapters. In one chapter, I intend to insert another LaTeX document. "In the following pages, we include (DOCUMENT) ..."
I could use
\includepdf, but I want the inserted document to have the same style as the rest of the work. I could recompile the inserted document in the desired style and then use
\includepdf. Is there a simpler way?
So: is there some way to make the inserted document have its own section numbering, independent of the sections around it? Internal references in the inserted document should remain consistent. Ideally, the section numbering in the inserted document should differ from the surrounding numbering, for example the numbering could be alphabetic in the inserted document but numerical in the surrounding text. The sections of the inserted document should not occur in the table of contents of the surrounding document.
I have full access to the LaTeX code of the inserted document.