{include} is about the \include command which makes LaTeX process the content of a given file, add page breaks before and after and open a new auxiliary file for the given file.

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How to compile just one chapter, with bibliography of citations in that chapter?

I'd like to compile one chapter in a thesis, and include the bibliography, with only the citations found in that chapter. I am using \include and \includeonly to get just the chapter I want, but it ...
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merging some scrartcl-documents in one document

Hello StackExchangeCommunity, I'm writing some nice short stories with 20-40 sections in LaTeX with scrartcl. Every short stories has an titlepage, table of contents with all sections and after this ...
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commands / package for target-group-specific creation of documents

Is there a package that allows me to create target-group-specific documents. Basically I have two scenarios: There is an exercise document and each task is initially followed by a solution. In that ...
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Conditional input of a file depending on a keyword that its contains

I have several files containing each an exercise and to make a document I include a set of this files. Some of them need a special treatment so I need a to make a conditional input command that test a ...
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Figures in LaTeX from different directories

I've seen this sort of question on a lot of fora, but I haven't found an answer to my question. If the answer is already out there and I didn't find it, I apologize in advance. The situation is as ...
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Functionality of links when PDF pages are combined [duplicate]

pdfpages works really well for combining pages from several PDF documents into one document, but it does not retain the functionality of links on PDF pages. The functionality will be retained if you ...
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Inserted graphic - jagged edges to show that it is just part of the whole

I would like to make visibly clear, that an inserted graphic is just part of the whole. Since a straight cut just appears as inserted falsy, I was wondering if there are any tricks to show jags for ...
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Is there a version of \include and \input for bibtex? [duplicate]

I'd like to spread out my references between multiple bibtex files. I tried putting all my references into a file called "etho.bib," then put \input{etho.bib} into my main bibtex file. This didn't ...
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How to avoid overfull and underfull boxes?

I can't solve my problem with overfull and underfull hboxes and vboxes. \usepackage{setspace} \usepackage{subfiles} \usepackage{nomencl} \makenomenclature \usepackage{color} \usepackage{tabularx} ...
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Combining and exporting many files using #+INCLUDE

I am using org-mode in Emacs to write my thesis. I write each chapter in its own file. Each file exports correctly one its own; with images, footnotes, etc. I would like to now combine them all into ...
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Using include-directory from inside the IDE

I changed my way of building documents by using the following command-line-argument: pdflatex.exe -include-directory="C:\myRepository" -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex since I want to ...
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Using \include \input in document

Is there a way to include a document within another document and retain different format of the documents. For example, I am writing a proposal (which has a certain format) and will like to include ...
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combine documents of different classes

I need to add to an article another document, class exam. include and input don't work properly if the preamble is different. I must add some multiple choice and clozes as an appendix to the article ...
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PDF inclusion error when using \input or \include

I have set up a LaTeX file for a book-type document with the following preamble: \documentclass{book} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{textgreek} ...
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Unwanted empty page in front of the document

i'm working on my master's thesis, and have this problem with an empty page at the start of the document. I'm using TexMaker and use a "headdocument" where i put the preamble with include files. The ...
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Using \addlines in large documents with \includeonly

I am finalizing an 800 page book. I want to work with \includeonly in order to prevent texing the whole document again and again. I have big problems with \addlines from the package addlines since ...
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Align three figures, Left, Centering, Right with appropriate Captions and Labels?

I am learning how to use Latex and currently I am trying to get an understanding of how to place 3 figures all in one line across the page. Here is my efforts which has sent one figure to the next ...
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siunitx custom file with subfiles

I recently decided to divide my thesis into several nested files as it follows: % Main.tex \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{subfiles} \usepackage{siunitx} \include{units} \begin{document} ...
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Is newclude (still) a good package to use?

I came up with this very MWE while trying to organize my code into several section files to speed up compilation of a journal paper (sections, not chapters!): \documentclass{article} ...
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appendix instead of chapter in table of contents

In the table of content, I want to have Appendix A instead of chapter A, Appendix B instead of chapter B, and show on. I can't show this when I use \include{appendix}. Following is my code: ...
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Included PDF pages mess up page numbering in PDF-reader

I have a report with a frontpage, abstract, preface and acknowledgement. These pages are not numbered. Then the remaining pages contain several chapters and all these pages are numbered. Today I added ...
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References undefinded when using \include{filename}

I am compiling my thesis where I have a rootfile and each chapter is read in with \include{chapterfolder/chaptername}. Everything works but the references, they are all undefinded. When I run BibTex ...
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Is it possible to \include .tex files from other directories?

I want to use the command \include to include a .tex file which is not in the same directory as the main .tex file. Is this possible? I have not found any information about it, and this: ...
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Is there a way to make image/Table appear on hovering mouse on another image in the pdf?

I am trying to make an image or a table appear on mouse hover (mouseover) over specific parts of another image like an info-graphic. Can someone tell me a package and syntax to achieve this? The ...
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Opacity Logo in beamer slide

Hi i have the following Beamer slide and i want to make the logo in the bottom right corner have an opacity on say 50 % ? Here is my code \documentclass[a4paper, ]{beamer} ...
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Error when using \include with higher-level directory

I have many separate documents in subfolders that each \include a *.tex file in the parent directory that contains macros. This worked fine the last time I compiled these files, about 10 years ago and ...
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Find files that are not included by any other files

In a larger latex project am using \include to include the chapter files and within those \input for sections and subsections. I just discovered that due to some rearranging some of the \input ...
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Is there any way to include the literal text of another file?

From what I have read, input processes text and includes commands found, and include can't be used in the preamble for some reason (correct me if I'm wrong). I just want a command that replaces itself ...
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Silence warning about non-existing destination without disabling hyperref

This is not a duplicate but a follow-up question to "Reference does not exist" warning with \includeonly. I use \includeonly to compile only part of my document. This causes hyperref to ...
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Displaying counts and tables based on external files

I've got a complex report that I'm trying to generate, and I'm at a loss on how best to get it working. Let me say that using CSV files is not an option, for starters. I have a number of files named ...
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Include a tex file that contains the bibliography section

I found when I tried to keep the spaces in my file name by using \include{{""}}, then the file could still be included, but the references would be question marks. This is my MWE ...
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Include TeXDoclet error

I'm trying to include a Javadoc (LaTeX format) genereted with TeXDoclet. I follow the instructions in the documentation: Compile with the -include option, which gives me two files: docs.tex and ...
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tex4ht: problem with Index compilation

I have problems with index section. I use tex4ht to compile my manual to html file. In case if makeindex and begin{document}/end{document} commands are located in included file, compilation if ...
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Usage of include (graphics, section's and only)

I'm working on my master thesis in LaTex (using TexMaker). I'm a bit new but getting the hang of it. At the moment i'm making my sections in different tex documents. For example, i have an abstract, ...
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Problem using \includeonly

I have a problem using the \includeonly command. I have a large document and I wanted to split it up into sections- each section would be in its own file and I would compile only the current chapter ...
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How can I obtain correct table of contents order in beamer when including subsections from files?

How can I fix the table of contents order in my beamer? I work with a main file and include one file for each section. However the table of contents puts the subsections before their respective ...
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Include a document into another document with clipping

I want to include a document into another one. The document, which should be included, exists as pdf and tex file. The document which I want to include is about 30 pages. I want to include the ...
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Is it possible to input tex files from subfolders inside subfiles?

I want to automate the process of inputting tex files from subfolders. Previously I managed to automate the inclusion of images from "images" subfolder within the subfolder of each subfile. I would ...
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lot numbering without caption

I am trying to import on my document several tables in png format that where created with excel. They already include the caption and the table number so I don't want to include a caption. Following ...
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using \include while having output files in separate directory in big project

At this moment my project looks like this The build folder contains the main.tex file that looks like this \input{../latex/preamble} \begin{document} \input{../latex/chapter1} ...
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\include not working. Folder structure too deep?

I wrote \include{{"Folder_A/B/C/D/M"}}. LaTeX reported that it could not write the 'Folder_A/B/C/D/M.aux' file. Is it because my file is too deep? Any idea? THX! OK. Someone told me this short ...
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LaTex \include space in path

It's not graphs. It's a .tex file that I want to include. I used \input and it worked fine. But as I keep writing more and more, the file got bigger and bigger and I decided to use chapterbib to make ...
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\Include{MyFile} not including

To make my main.txt more readable I want to use \include{titlepage} where titlepage is saved in the same folder as main.txt. I also used \include for my file Chapter1.txt that works perfect, so ...
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Excluding parts but keeping everything in TOC

I have a document where I use \includeonly to only compile parts of it at a time. However I would still like the Table of Contents to display everything. Is this possible?
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Line Spacing of Text after figure including [duplicate]

I am having quite a small problem, which I can't solve alone. It's about the line spacing after including an image and there is always a line spacing in the text below the image. Here's the code: ...
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Relative paths to tex files? [duplicate]

In the preamble of my tex document I can set graphicspath. Is it also possible to set a path to sub sections and tables, so I can do \input{relative-path/filename.tex} from any tex file and move that ...
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Bibulous not recognizing references in included file

I am using the Bibulous tool to create nicely customizable bib styles (see also Create clean and simple custom bibstyle) i.e. this tool uses an alternative command to parse the *.bib file and create ...
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control line spacing of text to figure [duplicate]

There are some places in my document where I try to force a figure to a specific place in the document and it goes to the other page. For example at this location: and here: I wanted to be able ...
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Include changes the layout [closed]

Maybe this question is a bit specific, but it's an issue I have ran into recently. So I have a larger document with multiple sections from different tex files. I simply include those files in the ...
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Error: ! Package utf8x Error: MalformedUTF-8sequence. using \include{} function

I'm writing my thesis in spanish on latex and I'm using the \include{} function to bring other .tex files to my master.tex (main file). My encoding looks something like this: ...