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I have a simple question about using LaTeX. I often have to do pdf2Latex several times and with a Bibtex thrown in there somewhere to get my document to come out correctly.

More or less looks like

latex A.tex
bibtex B
latex A.tex
latex A.tex

Is there anyway to do that all in one go? I am using WinEdt 7.0 if that matters

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marked as duplicate by yo', Werner, Martin Schröder, Kurt, Fran Feb 13 '13 at 23:05

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Latex depends upon several runs to get things right, it would take very major surgery to the code to change this.

You may want something like a Makefile to manage the multiple passes. See, e.g., Tools for automating document compilation for some posssibilties.

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