{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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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 ...
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Can I use \input inside an \include?

I know it is not possible to nest one \include inside another, but what about \input? Is it possible to have something like: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \include{file1} ...
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How to shift graphics/adjust placement of figure with \includegraphics

I composed a diagram that takes up the entire sheet of paper in landscape mode, called diagram.tex (compiled it to generate pdf). I'm trying to include that into an article, but only half of it is ...
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Include separate document as is, contents and all? [duplicate]

I have to include a whole separate document (some documentation) in with my main document, meaning title page, contents, page numbers and all. This seems to be similar to How to include a document ...
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Is there a LaTeX editor capable of synctexing a live preview from an included or inputted or subfiled chapter02.tex?

As a beginner... I thought I had settled for the distraction-free Gummi; but now I'm unsure, as I gather it's not so great for larger, modularized documents, such as writing a thesis: Gummi's live ...
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How can I use \input and \include with biblatex (biber backend)?

I have a document with external files. The only reason I am using external files is to make it easier to organize my large project. I have taken a small piece of the larger project and attempted to ...
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How can I change graphics with timeout in a beamer?

Is there a way to include several graphics on the same place on the frame, but at different times? Personally, I would like to roll 3-4 pictures repeatedly changing on every, say, 10 seconds. All of ...
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TeXworks: Compile only current document with \includeonly

I have a large document with multiple parts: main.tex: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \include{part1} \end{document} part1.tex: % !TEX root = main.tex Hello World! This way, I can ...
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Include file with preamble to another tex file

I have two files: paper.tex with text, title, and full preamble with authors and so on. It compiles successfully. The second file (B) has also a full preamble with title, authors, little text. It ...
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A question mark instead of reference number appears when \cite is in a separate file inlcuded in the main file by \include

I am using the book style and each chapter is put in a separate file and included in the main file by \include. At the end of the main file, I put the following lines: \bibliographystyle{plain} ...
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re-define \ref and \label to include source filename?

I have a set of documents each with references that look like: \ref{figure1} and so on. This is no problem when building each document separately,but creates many duplicate references when using ...
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Is this the correct way to format a book in LaTeX?

I have a question that may be subjective but I will try to make it as less subjective as possible. Is this the correct way to format a book in LaTeX? What I have done is the following: ...
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how to turn latex figure by 90 degrees alongwith the caption? [duplicate]

\begin{figure}[p] \centering \includegraphics[width=1.3\textwidth, angle =90 ]{Graphs/1.png} \caption{Box plot of number of positions sent per iteration using this scheme} \label{fig:awesome_image} ...
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No %.aux file in a particular directory

I have the following line in my report.tex \include{intro/introduction} \include{prlm/preliminary} \include{svy/survey} and the corresponding directory structure. The directory structure is ...
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Combine two .tex files [closed]

I'm making my phd dissertation in LaTeX. Although I am a noob, everything works like a charm, but now I have to make the titlepage. My university had a LaTeX .tex file (with .sty file,...) which ...
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Creating an abbreviations file [duplicate]

I'm new to the LaTeX scene as I've starting writing my thesis. I'm using a root .tex file and using \include to add in my chapters (etc). I'm also using \nomencl to add an abbreviations list. I'd like ...
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What would cause LaTeX to put text and tables on separate pages?

My document is being generated with many pages with a short paragraph of text on one page, a short table on the next page, another short paragraph of text on the following page, etc. There is plenty ...
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Float location differ between full doc compile vs partial doc compile

I locate chapters in separate files, as shown below (a book of 500 pages, 14 chapters). The document class is based on the book class: \LoadClass[11pt,letterpaper,twoside]{book}[1994/12/09] ...
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Importing separate file into my LaTeX file

I'm curious as to whether it's possible to insert an entire separate file into a LaTeX document as an inline command. For example, I have the following LaTeX code: \begin{Verbatim}[frame=single] ...
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Are there some predefined directories for .tex file inclusion?

My question is simple, are there some predefined directories (in the texmf file system) where I can save my .tex files for further inclusions ? If yes : which ones are they ? Can I defined mine ...
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Test if file is in \includeonly

Is it possible to check if a file is listed inside \includeonly{...} ? For example I would like to do something like this \includeonly{file1,file2} \if\isincluded file1 % \isincluded is a ...
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Including .tex file to LyX document

Is it possible to write pure latex to a separate file and then include that in the LyX document. What are the pros and cons of doing that? As far as I understand there are problems with preamble. ...
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“No BoundingBox” error in latex [closed]

This is my preamble \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,twoside,french]{article} \usepackage{mathptmx} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{graphicx} ...
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Beamer/Beamerarticle: \mode<article> is ignored after <presentation> was set, and vice versa

I have a problem with latex ignoring text after \mode<presentation> or \mode<article> was set. MWE description I have a large document that changes modes often, and I also \include some ...
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newclude has destroyed my application

I added \usepackage{newclude} with commands such as \include*{myfile} in an attempt to include myfile without the concomitant \clearpage. This didn't work, so I removed this new code and ...
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Using minitoc in included chapters?

I'm writing a thesis. It is structured as a main thesis.tex document, that uses \include to include individual chapters written in separate documents. I would like to include a mini-toc at the ...
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How to include a tex file with own formatting options

I have two tex files, tex1 and tex2. I want to include tex1 into tex2. I know \include and \input but those won't allow to include tex files with own formatting. tex1 has a header for example but tex2 ...