about the use of the [tag:import] package or using the \input or \import commands for including text and code from other files.

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Efficient Manner of Importing Graphics

What is the quickest way of importing graphics you need into your tex file. Say if you need to put figure's, charts, or plots from a textbook into your document. What's the fastest (but still get ...
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Can i automatically load chapters and sections based on the filesystem?

I was interested in knowing if i can load chapters and sections of my book based on the filesystem. For example: Chapter 1/ Section 1.tex Section 2.tex Section 3.tex Chapter 2/ Section 1.tex ...
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How can I get the actual relative path using \import and \subimport?

I have structured my PDFLaTeX document in folders. Inside them there are .tex files, .PDF figure files. And all works using \import and \subimport commands from the Import package: Main/ |-- ...
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Include source text from URI (e.g., Wikipedia)

Background Wikipedia content is reasonably current and free to use. Consider the tabular content at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_web_application_frameworks#Java Problem Copying ...
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Replace spaces/tabs in an imported .txt file upon import?

I read the answers to this question: Import a text file into LaTeX document, and am now wondering if it's possible to let TeX replace tabs or spaces in that text-file with & for example if you ...
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How do I import a text file so that it becomes the body text of my LaTeX document?

I want to completely separate formatting and content creation. The articles I will write are all plain prose that requires minimum or zero LaTeX formatting. Also, the text file doesn't have the ...