{cross-referencing} is about making connections from a point in a document to related information elsewhere, usually within the same document. Standard commands are \label and \ref. For questions about citing or bibliographies, use {bibliographies} instead.

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How to automatically links questions and solutions with the Exsheets package?

I'm writing up some lecture notes that contain questions/problems for the reader scattered accross the text. The solutions are provided in the end of each chapter. Exsheets appears to be a nice ...
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Making \cpageref output commas instead of “and”

I can use \cpageref to output a list of page references. For example, the markup: You should check \cpageref{sec:section1,sec:section2,sec:section3}. ... renders as: You should check pages 3, 5 ...
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table number is off in cross-references

I have a longtable and a regular table that were generated by a statistics package. I am inserting then into an article like this: \input{../Tables/sum_stats.tex} \label{sum_stats} and then ...
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Include file with prefixed labels

Say I \include A.tex and B.tex in main.tex. Say A.tex has something labeled in it, \label{a}. Then I can just reference this in B.tex as \ref{a} without any problem. I don't want to be able to do ...
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Multiple Altconditions within LaTeX Document

The question refers to this solution and trying to modify the code to support multiple altconditions in my document. The problem is to allow two sets of alternative conditions within the same ...
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How to create labels and references automatically in LaTeX?

I have defined two custom macros: \translation{ORIGINAL}{TRANSLATION} \printtranslations The first macro prints out the translation and puts the original and the translation into a list. The list ...
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stand-alone tex file for cross reference

I'm writing a the supplementary material (I'll call that sup.tex) for a paper that uses the xr package to do cross-referencing for equations, as in \usepackage{xr} \externaldocument{foo} which ...
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Automate generation of table from data in enumerated lists

I'm working on a document that contains the requirements and specification for a code suite, and I'd like to create a requirements traceability matrix that shows what part of the spec covers each ...
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memoir does not generate figure cross reference [duplicate]

I do have this short file \documentclass%[colorlinks=true] {memoir} \usepackage[pdftex]{hyperref} \begin{document} %\chapter{first} Here goes the figure. \begin{figure}[!h] \label{fig:MyFigure} this ...
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Unexpected output when citing in afparticle class (apacite/natbib)

I compiled the source below and got the output following: \documentclass[preprint]{afparticle} \begin{document} \volumenumber{1} \issuenumber{1} \publicationyear{2015} \publicationmonth{July} ...
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Hide content to show later

My question appeared about this egreg's answer: http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/210564/15256 I have a list of exercise-answers but I don't want to show the answers immediately but after till I'll pull ...
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Figures\Subfigures referencing in Latex

I have a figure with 3 subfigures. I used the \ref{fig:2} in my text and I got 2a. Can anyone knows how to make it 2(a) instead of 2a? Below is an example of my code: \begin{document} ...
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Linking to a place further forward

I know how to make a link to an URL or to a place further backward in a LaTeX document using the hyperref package. However, if I wish to redirect readers to a place further forward in the document, I ...
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How to add a (*) into the align environment

How can I add a (*) to the align environment with some regular equation in the center? It's so I can type afterwards, "By (*), ..."
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Continuous referencing of subfigures

Yes, I know it is deprecated, but I am for now stuck with using the subfigure package for my document. I added the following lines to have continuous numbering in my figures and tables: ...
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Latex - Miktex cross references linking back to ref point [duplicate]

Using pdftex i can cross ref to a label say \ref{label1} for example. Clickin on it in the .pdf document you 'll be linked to the label. I'd like there to be a "back reference link" to the point that ...
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How to add labels in verbatim env. in Latex?

I'm writing master thesis where I need to include some parts of program code. This code needs to be commented and properly described in text below/above. I would like to add some specific labels in ...
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Question marks showing up while trying to reference equation [duplicate]

Similar questions have been asked, but I've found them to be of no help. When I try to reference an equation in texstudio, all I get is ?? An example of code I have inserted which does this (I have ...
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Separate bibliography for articles

I have a bibliography that mixes every refrence type (mostly books and articles together). Now, I would love to be able to separate only the articles from the rest and display them under a separate ...
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links to theorem-environments take me to first page

I'm currently creating a big document in multiple TeX-files and used dozens of links to parts I put into theorem-environments. However, only some of the links do not work, they take me to the first ...
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How to control the Bibliography numbered and author year in single command

I am using natbib package. I would like to control bib style in single command \numberedref. My requirement is if the \numberedref command is available in the tex file the output is shown in numbered ...
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Issues with using \nameref (hyperref) and \mdtheorem (mdframed) together

When using the \mdtheorem command (from mdframed) with \nameref (from hyperref), it seems that labels applied to an theorem made using \mdtheorem will not appropriately take the title given to the ...
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Cross-referencing on 2 kinds of end-footnotes (separated and with different coloured numbers)

In the beginning I used parnotes and endnotes to distinguish between the 2 seperated kinds of end-footnotes: Attention: to be able to compile the first "grey box" of trial code, one must download ...
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Change page number of manually added TOC entry without adding blank pages

I have a main LaTeX document and an external PDF that I used to include with pdfpages (and it looks great!). But, now I want to insert TOC entries to reference sections and subsections inside external ...
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Autoref uses wrong name [duplicate]

Here is my MWE: \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage[all]{xy} \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} \theoremstyle{plain} \newtheorem{thm}{Theorem}[section] \theoremstyle{definition} ...
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Line thickness of links

Links coming from ref or gls are accompanied by boxes (I know about colorlinks and the possibility to switch them off). I somehow like the idea of the boxes but the lines are way to thick in my ...
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hyperref targets without \refstepcounter

I am trying to create a document-internal link using the hyperref package. At the position where the link should point to, I execute the following command (as part of the setup of a LaTeX ...
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Descriptive text for figure depending on location [duplicate]

I often find myself writing see Figure~\ref{fig:figname}, below or see Figure~\ref{fig:figname}, above, or similar phrases. Is there a way to make LaTeX automatically decide between "above" and ...
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running number/counter (e.g. {244}{a}) for a text

To assign a running counter to parts (not paragraphs, not lines) of a document with facing greek text and translation (finally I will use eledpar) I need a command (call it \Steph) which 1a) inserts a ...
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Another way to do cross-referencing in multiple chapters

I'm trying to do cross-referencing in multiple chapters, this answer of Cross-referencing in multiple chapters provides a nice solution. However, I wonder if there is another solution. More ...
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Minitoc conflict creating aux error defcounter refsection

While compiling my book, I encountered the following error: (./Book.aux ./Book.aux:94: Undefined control sequence. l.94 ...\defcounter {refsection}{0}\relax }\@write The thing is that a simple ...
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Section references in RevTex 4.1

How does one reference sections in RevTex4.1? I've tried \section{\label{sec:Coupling}Coupling Efficiency} \section{Coupling Efficiency\label{sec:Coupling}} \section{Coupling ...
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cross-references across multiple documents [duplicate]

I have three related (though independent) documents, theory.tex, problems.tex and solutions.tex (I hope the names are suggestive). Each of the three is divided into sections, subsections, etc. and ...
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Appendix for thesis with only one file (also: reference in toc)

The Appendix of my thesis consists only of one long table. Now its time for some style. But here is the problem: normal use of \appendix like: \documentclass[a4paper]{scrbook} \begin{document} ...
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number equations according to subsections but do not display subsections without numbers

I wish to number my equations according to their (sub)section so when I reference them it shows for example (1.1) but my sections and subsections should not display their number so the section should ...
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How to make refcheck work with autoref? [duplicate]

I have just discovered refcheck and would love it to bits if my document wasn't full of \autoref's. According to refcheck's documentation, it works with hyperref in general, as long as the latter is ...
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Edit figure numbering in LyX [closed]

I am beginner to LaTeX and LyX as well. I am writing my survey report and got an issue with labeling the figures. I first inserted a figure float and then the picture.Once I add a float it names that ...
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Appendix header and references in sections [duplicate]

I am trying to use Appendix for some proofs in the thesis. The appendix looks like this: \chapter{Proofs for Chapter ABC} \section{Proof of \thmref{thm:some_theorem}} While the "Proofs for Chapter ...
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Label four equations on one line

I have an equation in an align environment that I wrote as \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage[pdfencoding = auto, psdextra, bookmarksdepth = 4]{hyperref}% ...
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Why does autonum fail to number and label a referenced equation in a split environment?

Here's my MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{autonum} \begin{document} References to equations \ref{1} and \ref{2} and \ref{3}. \begin{equation} \label{1} \begin{split} \textrm{(1) This ...
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What is the standard way to cite a Section in a chapter?

Currently I cite Section X placed in Chapter Y as follows: In Chapter Y, Section X we studied the problem of... or: In Section Y.X we studied the problem of... I was wondering if any of the ...
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Why do I just get “?? ” when I try to get the reference of a equation with \autoref

I use \autoref to reference everything in my Thesis. I get without problem the references of the images and the Tables but when I try to get the references of a equation I get just ??. \noindent Die ...
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multiple reference to single footnotes in table

I have been trying to include multiple footnotes in a table. I have tried using longtable inside a minipage with \footnotes, \footnotemark and \footnotetext. I have multiple footnotes and some are ...
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How to write dot automatically after reference to images and equations?

When I use \ref{fig:sth}, LaTeX writes the number of the figure into the text. How do I make LaTeX automatically write a dot after the number of the figure/table/equation/etc.?
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Taking off the reference number from in text cite

I have a question about how to take off the reference number from in text cite? to explain more, I am using a thesis template, which uses the bibtex. This is how I cite a reference in text: ...
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Setting the enumi counter under custom enumeration with enumitem

I have a several items in an 'enumitem' enumerate environment with custom label styles, and I would like to repeat them at various points later on. Something like this: (a) Unicorns don't exist. ...
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Theorems and labels

Let me give a bit of background before the actual questions. I took a look at latex.ltx to see how labels are handled. I found that: \def\label#1{\@bsphack \protected@write\@auxout{}% ...
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Getting the \currentsection and \currentsubsection in memoir

As you know in memoir there's no easy way to get the current section and/or subsection, you can only get the \currenttitle, which tells you the header of the last sectioning command. That's a ...
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Using Cleveref with LIPICs documentclass fails for theorem environments sharing the same counter

I want theorems and lemmas to be referred to in the text as "Theorem 1" and "Corollary 2", sharing the same counter. This works fine when I'm using the normal article documentclass, but fails when ...
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Reference table rows by automatic counter with a unique first row

I want to use the method that are represented here, but I want a unique first row for describe the content in each column, like this : . How can i achieve this?