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Why does amsrefs do a pagebreak after the header? [duplicate]

I am using the document class amsbook and generate the amsrefs bibliography by \begin{bibdiv} \begin{biblist} \include{bibcode} \end{biblist} \end{bibdiv} Now, there is a page that only ...
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\include'd tables show up on separate pages. How can I fit them on a single page? [duplicate]

When I insert two tables with \include into my main.tex file, each table floats to a separate page. I would like to fit them into one page and mesh with the rest of the document. I can do that when ...
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Package acronym: unwanted pagebreak in front of the list of acronyms [duplicate]

When useing the acronym package to create a list of the used acronyms like this: \renewcommand{\listofacronymsname}{List of acronyms and abbreviations} \listofacronyms \begin{acronym} ...
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Divide PSTricks script into external files [duplicate]

I have a PSTricks picture shown here, where I have tried to move a part of it into a different ´TeX´-file for clarity (not, this is not a MWE) \documentclass[pstricks,border=12pt]{standalone}% set ...
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include tex tables on the same page [duplicate]

I want to include a table from another tex file before another table but this pushes the to another page. Do you have any solution to sidestep the problem? Here is the code ...
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Techniques and packages to keep up with good practices

Question What techniques and packages are there to keep up with good practices? What I already know I already know of the following packages for this kind of purpose: ...
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Why use .sty files?

Why is it preferable to put inclusions of commonly used packages and user defined commands in a .sty file instead of putting them in an ordinary .tex file?
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Start new chapter on same page

I am using report document class. When I create a new chapter, it starts it on a new blank page in which only the chapter name appears. I want to be able to start new chapters on the same page as the ...
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Speed up compilation by (pre-)compiling chapters separately?

I am writing a long document with many chapters. They are all included from a root document using \input{chapterX.tex} etc. Compiling everything takes pretty long. As a workaround to make compilation ...
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Writing a technical book, structuring first then layout later possible?

I want to write a Technical Book that eventually should go to Lulu.com for publishing, so I have to stick to certain strict rules about page sizes and layout. I'm currently looking for a way to focus ...
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how to use \input{file.tex} correctly?

Suppose I have two latex files file1 and file2 with the same preamble and so on. Then I want to create a file called bigfile which just puts the two files together. This is not working for some ...
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Skip compilation of parts of a document [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Commenting out large sections I have a long document where sometimes I need to omit some parts for the compilation, and sometimes other parts. I do it by just commenting ...
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Correct way to use include and includeonly when writing a large document like a thesis

I am writing a large document with several chapters and I would like to work on each chapter separately. In my main.tex I include the chapters either like \include{chap1.tex} \include{chap2.tex} ...
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How to make \include work with a quoted string path containing spaces?

In Windows, \input can work with a quoted string path containing spaces, but \include cannot. How to fix it? \documentclass{book} \begin{document} %\input works! \input{"Contents/Installing and ...
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Using relative paths for \include commands

I have a top-level latex file: /thesis.tex And subfolders with chapters: /chap1/ch1.tex In thesis.tex I use \include commands like so: \include{chap1/ch1} And in ch1.tex I have more includes for ...

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