# vertical page, Appendix, blank page [closed]

I get confused something about LaTeX and I want to get your recommendation on the following points:

1. How to include a four page pdf file which is horizontal into my LaTeX file? I am currently using this:

``````\section{Appendix : Included Studies}
\includepdf[pages=1-3]{includedstudies.pdf}
\graphicspath{{./images/}}
\newpage
``````

in my latex file, but the included files seem vertical. How to make it horizontal?

2. In the appendix it seem like this:

Instead I want to have this

``````Appendix 1: Data Extraction Form
Appendix 2: Included studies
``````

What i did it is to create a separate file named `appendix.tex` and in the `main.tex` file I wrote:

``````\appendix
\input appendix.tex
``````

How to make it, Appendix 1: data extraction, Appendix 2:... ?

3. After it writes “D Appendix: Summary of The Results”, it makes the entire page blank, and after that it shows the content. How can i interrupt it to not leave a blank page?

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Welcome to TeX.sx!. I tried to format your question so that it is more readable. However, I do not understand point 2. Also please ask only one question per post. Further, to get answers you will have to provide a minimal working example (MWE) with more details on what you are doing. – Caramdir Feb 25 at 2:32

## closed as too localized by Caramdir, Thorsten, lockstep, Martin Schröder, Stefan Kottwitz♦Feb 27 at 7:38

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