{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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Can't get rid of blank page at beginning of document

I want to assemble some application documents into a single pdf-file using TeX. Each single document file originally was in DinA4. I scanned them and have them as pictures now. To assemble all ...
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Error using \tikzexternalize and different graphical inputs

How can this issue be stated more precicely and finally solved? Having a large document and using \input{...} within figure enviorement for including gaphics by tikz and pdf's, png's. Each figure ...
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Embed image data (png or pdf) inside tex document [duplicate]

Is there a way to include (or "inline") raw image data or pdf data inside the tex document itself, such that it becomes stand-alone? Something like this: ...
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Combining different projects into one (papers into PhD Thesis)

My question is similar to this one, but I have a problem with relative paths when including files. Assume I have three projects which all start with \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} ...
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Avoiding recompilation of unchanged part of a document

I am currently editing a relatively long document in arabic with the package arabtex, everything is going quite fine but the compilation takes several minutes. As I need to edit only small parts at ...
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How can I include subfiles in to a subfiles?

First of all, I am a newbie here and I have no idea to post a query but I have a problem for which I require your help. I even don't know what should be the title of my problem but what my intuition ...
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Splitting the preamble

When working with big documents, especially when dealing with many lists, graphics, figures and includes, I often come up with a structure roughly looking like this. \documentclass{beamer} [preamble ...
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Possibility to show notes on included PDF pages

I include pages from an pdf in my document: \includegraphics[page=4, clip, width=\textwidth, keepaspectratio]{graphics/lorem.pdf} However, if I make notes in the PDF (i.e. used Skim, exported to ...
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Include figure from PDF file

I want to include a figure from another PDF. There is the quick way, where I take a screen shot, save as my desired format and the \includegraphics[scale=xx]{<file path>} but this is messing up ...
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Include TEXT from another file before generating PDF

I have a tex file which compiles fine and generates PDF without any problem. I need to include text (contents of a text file) from another .txt file at the end of tex file so that generated PDF would ...
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Reference non-included chapters in large document

I have a large document that contains many different chapters which reference each other. The body of the main latex file looks something like: \maketitle \tableofcontents \include{chapter1} ...
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What are your best practices to compile only a part of the document or presentation (or how do you prepare the big ones)?

I see that there a number of questions (A, B, C, D, E) on best practices, none of them answer the issue I am going to talk about. We all need to prepare large documents (or slides) from time-to-time. ...
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Is there any way to shift two \includegraphics images? Having trouble with \begin{figure}

I am trying to put two images into my latex document. I want the format to be 2 (a) Text text Image Image Text text When I do the following %2a \item Here are the histograms of M and A values. ...
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How include a Feynman diagram in a beamer presentation? [duplicate]

I have a bunch of Feynman diagrams constructed with "feynmp" that I would like to include in a beamer (presentation mode). I know Tikz works but then I have to redraw each and every diagram from ...
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How can I easily use the same preamble on all my documents?

I use multiple computers (Mac and PC), so creating a path (e.g. \input{c:/folder/Preamble}) won't work. I really want to assign a URL (in Dropbox) to the file and input the file via the URL, but I ...
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How should I add a file in my LaTeX document?

I am creating my BE project report using LaTeX and in that I have to add my sponsorship letter. Is there any solution to do this?
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Refsection and \includeonly warning

I'm using biblatex with a biber backend to create a cumulative bibliography, subdivided by chapter. My (simplified) main file (main.tex) is: \documentclass{book} \usepackage[refsection=chapter, ...
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Create one presentation out of several presentations?

Is there a way to combine several Beamer presentations into one big presentation? E.G.: If I have two files a.tex and b.tex which are both presentations, can I compile them into one big presentation? ...
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Include vs Input in my case

Suppose you have two fully finished thesis, with their own bibliography and their own appendices. When I include one into the other, there is (obviously) some interference between the two different ...
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Resume option in enumitem with \includeonly

If I use \includeonly to include file foo2.tex, \begin{enumerate}[resume] does not resume the numbering of the last enumerate environment in file foo1.tex. What I've done is to run all parts, see ...
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Putting the \chapter in main .tex file or inside included files?

My question is this: What is the usual way of making chapters when working with large .tex files? Do you put \chapter{Chapter 1} inside the main .tex file, or in the included files? What is the ...
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A question on tikz/pgf externalization, standalone, and includeonly for compiling large document

I have a goal to build an efficient compiling environment to build large documents. The requirements are these: Use tikz/pgf to draw many figures; Use \includeonly to build only a portion of the ...
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How to integrate an subtitle into TABLE OF CONTENTS?

I have a problem with a book I am writing. Here the facts: I am basically working in one tex.file let's call it mainfile.tex, where I want to include my other tex.files! I have a Layout.file, where I ...
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Preventing images from floating out of position

I am using includegraphics to place images. These are basically answers to questions, therefore I would like to images to appear immediately below the question label. However, I the images just keep ...
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Include a file passing a parameter

Is it possible, while including a file, to pass some parameters to that file and get included file rendered differently depending on those parameters? My particular case is, I have two documents, ...
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Blank pages after \include in LaTeX report class

I'm writing my thesis as several separate chapters and incorporating them into one .tex file. Some of the chapters are pdfs of articles, and they are simply added to my master.tex using \input. ...
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Including graphics in modular documents [duplicate]

What is the right way to include graphics when you are creating a modular document? My directory structure is as follows: /root --report.tex --mystyle.sty --/tex ----/literature ------literature.tex ...
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Outsource some text fragments

I have to type many books in Latex, where some chapters are quite similar to each other. My idea was to do one chapter in a directory and outsource the differences in a subdirectory where the main ...
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No citations/bibliography processed/produced when using \include

I use TextMate 2 to write my LaTeX documents. I've noticed that when I use \include to add chapters, my citations don't process, whereas when I use \input, they do. I would like my document to have ...
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\paragraph & \label{}

I am working with about 4000 aphorisms and this is the way I structured my document. I created 4000 sections in one document and named it "aphorisms" i.e. \section{aphorism - 1} \label{1.1.1} ...
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TexMaker - working with multiple tex files, autocomplete is not working

Background: The document that I am currently writing is getting pretty big, so I decided to split it. I've tried \include and \input commands, but the problem still remains to be solved. I have ...
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\pgfplotstableread and subfiles

Is there a way to use a folder structure with subfiles and \pgfplotstableread? I have the following structure: main.tex \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pgfplots} \usepackage{subfiles} ...
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How to include tex files

Is there any way that I can add different .tex files (From different folders) into another folder's .tex file? I meant that all of the .tex files will be fine and separated and I just need to ...
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subimport and includeonly

Say I have a document structured as follows. main.tex + ch1 - ch.tex - s1.tex - s2.tex + ch2 - ch.tex - s1.tex - s2.tex Here, *.tex are LaTeX ...
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How to include files in subfolders

I have arranged 700 individual files in 18 different folders, as shown in the attached image. This was open source project to get it typed page by page. The number of pages varies for each folder. ...
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Include subsections depending on variables/ifthen [duplicate]

I am making a template for several books. I have a mainfile which includes the .tex files for my chapters. For each book, some chapters are always almost the same except for a few subsections. How ...
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\includeonly not including parts correctly because of _ in the file name and breqn

I am trying to use \include{...} and \includeonly{...} to structure my thesis and faster compile the document. As long as I only use \include{...} everything works fine. But once I try to ...
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Issues when including a tex file [closed]

I have this without any issues if I use it alone. However if I call it with input or include I get this Why?
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Journal asks me to combine Latex files into single file

I am writing an article consisting of multiple sections. For each section I more or less have a separate tex file, which are included in a main file. The journal I'm submitting to now asks me to ...
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Text in included PDF diagram is not shown, only lines [closed]

I want to include a PDF in LaTeX with: \begin{figure} \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{image.pdf} \end{figure} The image.pdf contains graphical elements like boxes or lines and text in these ...
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toc not build correctly when using include

I have a project with lots of large files that is not working correctly. It is to large to bugfix here, but perhaps I would know were to look If I learn the cause of some odd behavior in a simpler ...
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Word count several files in LyX

I want to perform a word count on my LyX document. The problem is that I include several files within my main document main.lyx include file1.lyx include file2.lyx include file21.lyx include ...
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Mark on document where input starts and what is the filename

I have a master document, and use many input{...} commands to compile the total document from many parts. I would like to mark on the working document, the start of each new input, and, what the ...
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Including a document into another one without redefining setting

For a publication, I have to include another publication. The second one is in English and uses IEEEtr style. I could of course compile the second one into a pdf file and include the pdf into the ...
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Include a PDF and ignore page margins?

I am writing a document using pdfLaTeX for college, and I have been supplied with a title page I need to use. I have altered the \maketitle command: \usepackage{pdfpages} \renewcommand\maketitle{ ...
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Problem \include-ing multiple .tex files

I am \include-ing multiple .tex files and I am using a package I found on the web for a one-column abstract in a two-column document (long2.sty): %% %% This is file `long2.sty'. %% %% Author: Tomas ...
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includegraphics stopped working after including another graphic [closed]

Currently using Texmaker and using this line of code: \begin{figure}[h!] \includegraphics[scale=.5]{Figures/Blah} \caption{\label{Blah} BLAH BLAH} \end{figure} Everything worked with several other ...
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pgfplotstableread fails to read the input file

I am trying to typeset two different tables in a moderately large document. The data for the tables are written as comma-separated values in two different .csv files. I am including the different ...
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newclude does not include file content

I am trying to include chapters in a document without page breaks and found the newclude package can do this using \include*, however, when I try to implement it, instead of inputing the file, I just ...
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Redefining \include

A puzzling choice made by Leslie Lamport was to define \include in such a way as to issue a \clearpage before reading the file. This has been puzzling me for sometime as it is not a very good choice ...