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Make a .tex file that combines complete .tex documents in subdirectories

I'm using LaTeX for my research journal (similar to WordPress). There are a number of subdirectories that contain complete (standalone) .tex files along with PDF files that I made from those ...
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Making one PDF file from multiple PDFs or Tex?

I am creating a lab manual that contains a dozen or so different labs. I want to create each lab manual as their own compilable standalone document and in a main.tex file I would like to put them all ...
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Compile separate document chapters into book w/o duplicate references?

I am trying to collect a set of independent documents, each with its own preamble and begin{document} and \end{document} lines into a book. I have looked into the subfiles package and tried \include ...
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Using the “combine” document class with the listings package

I am trying to use the combine document class (manual) to combine several pre-existing documents into a single file with consistent formatting. It works great, except that there is a conflict of some ...
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Compilation error (combine class + hyperref package): TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [input stack size=5000]

I would like to create a "journal" with several papers, using the combine class. In the example below, there are one master file and two articles. Master file: \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{combine}...
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Combining two files - document class error

I want to combine several latex files. I started with 'combine' package. I encounter a error of \newcounter{par}. Then I moved to using input or include, but then I faced unrecognized document class. ...
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combining figures with image

I want to merge my graph with different images and create one figure. how can I create like the following figure (see attached picture)?