{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 deal with a tilde in url's in Mendeley?

If a link in an url contains ~, Mendeley changes it to $\sim$ and hyperref links just don't work. I use pdflatex and biblatex. Is there a quick way how to change manually the link in Mendeley to fix ...
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Can I cross-reference to an external document if path and filename have spaces?

PART I: BLANK SPACES IN PATH I am a tech writer trying to cross-reference to a file in a different folder. Both the folder name and the file name I inherited have one or more spaces. If I change the ...
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How do I fix at least one of my attempts to reference a label in a file in another folder?

I am unsuccessful in trying to follow instruction to do a \ref to a \label in a different file. Ultimately, this will be for a file in a different folder; I have one folder for Installation Guide ...
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How to use \ref to print the value of a counter the way it was originally produced?

I want to number the lines in a table with roman numerals, and then when I cross-reference them have the reference printed in the same way. For example, \documentclass{article} \begin{document} ...
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Is it possible to link to the acronym definition without using the full acronym

I'm trying to be a bit fancy with the acronym package. I have several acronyms defined (I dump an example below) and I'd like to make a link to the acronym definition from my text, but for the first ...
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Custom punctuation and format in references using [natbib]{apa6}

I need to change to reference entry format. I am using [natbib]{apa6} for managing my references; basic structure is as below: \documentclass[natbib]{apa6} \begin{document} ...
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Always getting upright numbers in references created with \cref, with italic-correction for conjunction between references

How do I make it so that I get upright numbers all the time in references created with \cref? I believe I'm supposed to do this with \crefdefaultlabelformat{#2\textup{#1}#3}. But in my example below, ...
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Latex external document referencing from Main tex file

I have a file structure like this Main.tex chapters (folder) Chapter_1 (folder) chap1.tex Chapter_2 (folder) chap2.tex To refence diagrams and equations from chap1.tex in chap2.tex, I ...
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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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List of figures with reference URL

I want to have a list of figures, which also contains a reference URL (or the article which I refer to \cite{}) for each figure entry. (and if possible the URL should appear in the next line with a ...
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Removing the trailing period when referencing a section number

I'm writing a prospectus and my college has given me the following class for formatting it. I'm new to Latex and I've seen the these examples already (one, two, and three) but I can't understand how ...
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substitute a character from one script to another

I am working in XeLaTeX + Memoir, and I have two documents: one typeset in English and another typeset in Arabic. As the two documents are related, I am using the package xr to establish ...
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Automatically add prefix to references from another document?

I'm using xr to reference equations in supplemental material to a paper. I'd like equations from the supplement referenced in the paper to automatically be prefixed with "S", so that ...
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point after a Cross reference for section in article

I use the commands \label and \ref in my article but I had a point after the number; for example, in Section 5. How do I remove this point ?
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\ref to algorithm/algorithmic not working [duplicate]

I am trying to reference an algorithm in my thesis, made using the algorithmicx and algorithm packages, but it fails, ending up with the dreaded ?? and the following error: LaTeX Warning: Reference ...
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Cleveref: Change behaviour of \Cref to use the abbreviated form

The journal International Journal of Solids and Structures uses always capitalised and abbreviated form of references, i.e. Fig. 1, Eq. 1, even at the beginning of a sentence. I use the package ...
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multiple subequations same line with reference compact

I posted a question earlier, multiple subequations same line with reference But I'd like to be able to combine the numbering at the end of the line for the following two cases: Re = UL/nu , Ha = BL ...
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Question on why hyperlinks are not aligned with adjusted page counting

When I adjust the page countering the hyperreference under the hyperref package shows the correct page, but when the hyperlink is clicked it takes me to the page which had been indicated without the ...
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Fancyref with fmtcount

When I use fancyref with the vario package option: \usepackage[vario]{fancyref} \newcommand{\figvref}[1]{\figurename~\vref{#1}} \newcommand{\tabvref}[1]{\tablename~\vref{#1}} The above would ...
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Context dependent cross reference formatting

I'd like to format my equations so that within any chapter, the label generated is (\thesection.\theequation) 1+1 =2 (without chapter number). A cross-reference within a given chapter ...
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Subnumbering in chemstyle

When I use \schemeref and \schemerefsub, instead of 1 and 2a 2b I get 1 and 1a 1b. So my subnumbering doesn't seem to follow my regular numbering, but when I refer to the compounds I get 1 and then, ...
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How can I label an equation as (*) [duplicate]

Here is the code which has an equation in the form of \[... \]: \documentclass[12pt]{report} \usepackage{braket} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \textbf{Proof-} Every ...
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How to refer to (or avoid) a numbered entity in section title

I need to refer to a model described elsewhere, from a section title, like \section{Analysis of model X} One way of referring to a model is to create a new counter, and then write ...
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Howto refer to (or avoid) a numbered entity in section title [duplicate]

In a master thesis, I need to refer to a model described elsewhere, from a section title, like \section{Analysis of model X} One way of referring to a model is to create a new counter, and then ...
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Cross-reference in muliple chapter in multi-file thesis

I want to cross-reference between different chapters. For example I have chap2.tex and chap3.tex as files containing all the theorems and methods, respectively. The following chapters 4,5...7 will ...
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\ref and \nameref with alpha enumerated items

Is there a way to keep the enumeration list with (a), (b), etc., and have references provide the complete context like 1.1.1(a)? The section and sub-section references display as I’d like with 1.1 ...
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How can I reference figure*'s subfigure? [duplicate]

I'm writing a paper to submit a conference. However, I am having some problems fixing non-resolved references in latex. \begin{figure*}[ht!] \begin{subfigure}[b]{0.3\linewidth} ...
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Reference different places to the same footnote

For example, I want to make footnotes both at Sentence 1 and Sentence 2 (which are on the same page) to the same footnote. Wikipedia's "References" have this effect.
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achemso package: referencing multiple figures

I am using the achemso package to submit a paper to Environmental Science and Technology. When I include a reference to a figure (\ref{Fig1}), the figure number appears preceded by the word "Figure." ...
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How to cross-reference another document

I am writing a response letter response.tex to an academic paper review. In my response letter, I want to reference specific pages in the revised paper paper.tex, e.g. "see page 12 of the revised ...
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Referring to \chapter*

In my document I used \chapter* to take out the number of the chapter in the title and in the table of content as below: \chapter*{Chapter One\\ Introduction}\label{intro} ...
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How to label items

Is it possible to label items in latex in the following manner: We have the following theorem: Theorem 3.2 (I) bla bla bla (II) ble ble ble (III) bli bli bli So I would like ...
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multiple handcrafted labels for figure

The following MWE shows my attempt to create a list of references in a document, with links from text to reference and back. It works well in text, but badly in figures when I try make the reference ...
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change the format of \ref (enumerate package)

I am writing a list of questions using enumerate package. Something like this : \documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{scrreprt} \usepackage{enumerate} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item \label{itm:1} ...
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How can I remove the italics in the article title in my references? I am using natbib with apalike2

I need to format my references for the International Review of Economics and Finance. Which means that they should look pretty much like the output I get combining natbib with apalike, with the ...
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References in externalized pgfplots

I was writing on an document with a lot of pgfplots in it. Because of the memory limitation in LaTeX and in order to save some compiling time I tried out the externalize command. With most of the ...
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hyperref for symbols

I have the following code, which prints a list of symbols in the end. \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{thmtools} \usepackage[nottoc]{tocbibind} \usepackage{tocloft} ...
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Compound referencing with achemso

I would like to reference the compounds in my schemes with achemso in a manner similar to the options given by chemstyle, but is that possible? The documentation for achemso list a scheme environment ...
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\ref, \cite and \footnote not working any more (LaTeX and jurabib)

With jurabib I had a document with the right footnotes and references in the text (for tables and figures, and you could click on the titles, it was great) but the bibliography was not satisfying. So ...
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Problems to tag equations

I'm trying to tag my equations, but I'm having the following problem: When I write the environment "equation" with the command label: \begin{equation}\label{eq2} ...
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Float environment before or on the page of its first reference

I know, it's an old topic and I already know about the general functionality of float environments in LaTeX. I want to give it as much freedom as possible and generally like the way of placing floats. ...
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Reference Equation (\eqref) Before Equation Is Written/Defined

I'm trying to do the following: I'd like to say "as shown in $(18)$ below", where $(18)$ is a certain equation that (which I shall label norm-split), as per the 'below', I have not yet written. Is ...
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Bold cross references

I'm writing my PhD thesis in LaTeX and I have a lot of figures - each one is referenced within the text. So I have: \begin{figure}[h] ... ... \label{fig:stuff} \end{figure} then, later, in the ...
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What's the difference between \ref and \autoref?

I've always used \ref for referring to labelled items, but a LaTeX template I downloaded uses \autoref instead. What is the difference?
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Page number of glossary

I want to reference the glossary from within the text (I'm using the glossaries package). However, since the glossaries are produced using \printglossaries, I can't just put a \label command where it ...
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Problem with references

The problem is that i have good labels ('good' I mean that they are after caption, I tried with labels in the same line as the caption, and in the next line) and I'm trying to use references to my ...
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Varioref, cleveref and autonum together

I'm trying to mix varioref, cleveref and autonum to have the following behaviors: Automatic adding of reference type (i.e. adding "section" when referencing a section). -> cleveref; Adding the "on ...
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Referencing custom counter [duplicate]

I want to define a new counter for numbering some headlines. I also would like to reference them. So, if I label the headline 3, then \ref should just return the number 3. Unfortunately, all other ...
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How to tell cleveref to use the correct label type [duplicate]

I'm trying to use cleveref to reference some figures, but it is incorrectly labelling them as sections. (i.e. It will say something like Section 5.12 instead of Figure 5.1 in the text) I'm also using ...
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How to reference the section of a figure or table (on purpose!)

Is there a way to reference the section in which a particular figure or table is defined? I know that referencing a figure's section is typically a mistake (i.e., accidentally putting the \label{} ...