{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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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 ...
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How to include multiple pages in latex

I have a pdf file consisting of four pages (see attached). I want to include it in Latex, but when I use the basic code given below, only the first page of the pdf appears. I want to do is to present ...
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Complex latex document: how to locate offending package dependency [solved: was using dirty build] [closed]

For final distribution, certain appendix includes the pdfpages package. However, appendices should be skipped for normal "draft" versions, or while working on individual chapters. I am having ...
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Inserting a document with its own internal section numbering in another document

I have a fairly large LaTeX document, with several chapters. In one chapter, I intend to insert another LaTeX document. "In the following pages, we include (DOCUMENT) ..." I could use \includepdf, ...
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Adding a line to the TOC before the appendix [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: First chapter appearing before first line in table of contents I am having issues with inserting a line into the TOC when including external files. \input and \include ...
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How do I best combine several documents?

I have a collection of articles written in latex, and I would like to "merge" them into a larger thesis document, in which each article will be a chapter. I have been looking at include and input, ...
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Is it possible to write all mathematical formulas in a separate file and add them in main file on-demand?

Consider this scenario: I have a report to write and I want to write all mathematical formulas in a separate file and then add them in the main report file on demand (i.e. include/import/add/call a ...
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Correct way to use include and includeonly when writing a large document like a thesis

I am writing a large document with several chapters and I would like to work on each chapter separately. In my main.tex I include the chapters either like \include{chap1.tex} \include{chap2.tex} ...
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Inserting two file with different preambles

Is it possible to insert a LaTeX file into another file without the same preamble?
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Skipping sections when compiling (without \include)

I'm writing a semi-long report with ten-ish sections - in other words, just short enough so that it's practical to keep it all in one file without getting lost. However, for compiling it'd be ...
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includeonly command does not modify TOC

I have written 2 chapters an 1 appendix, and I would like to have 2 version of this book. So I use \includeonly in order to include only chapter 1 and 2, but the TOC also shows the appendix name. ...
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\include and header

I have a separate .tex file for a list of symbols. They aren't nomenclature because I included more information than simple definitions. (I have 3 columns.) When I use \include{symbols} the header on ...
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Separate chapters, each with individual preface, included in same document

I have a document I want to split up into individual sections. I'd like each individual section to be independently compilable, but of course I also need the whole document to compile. The trouble ...
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Set a subfolder for \include(only)

Let’s assume a project with a main file main.tex including the chapter with \include. % main.tex \documentclass{book} \includeonly{one} \begin{document} \include{one} \include{two} \end{document} ...
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Creating complex documents from separate files

I have multiple documents (file1.tex, file2.tex, etc.) and one main file (let's call it main.tex). I would like to build a complex document that contains all file_i.tex files. I tried this (according ...
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BibTeX not working with \input or \include [closed]

I need some help with BibTeX. I use a seperate *.bib file which is working perfectly, but when the commands \input or \include are used to input text from another *.tex file the application tells me ...
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TOC “Appendices” wrongly entry comes after 1st appendix entry when use \include

I use the appendix package with its toc option for a book document. If the first of several appendices is inserted by using \include, then the "Appendices" heading in the TOC incorrectly appears after ...
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Blank page inserted when using \include [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Page break with \include I am using the Report document class and to manage the document i have divided it into seperate .tex files that are compiled within a main ...
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Export only table of contents

What would be the preferred way to export the Table of contents I use in a .tex file to a separate .pdf? Currently I have a my-report.tex file and I wish to pair the result of pdflatex ...
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Using \include with in Tabular / Array

I'm doing graphics using PStricks, writing each figure in it's own sub-file. I would like to order two of these figure vertically with a symbol in between. To that end, I've tried using a tabular and ...
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Can you put git revision information in a multifile document?

I have my PhD thesis under revision control (git), with a master file (~/Thesis/thesis.tex) using the \include command to include the chapters (~/Thesis/tex/chapter1.tex, etc). Is there a way to ...
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relative paths don't work without absolute path

I'm trying to automate pdftex to generate docs. I'm in some kind of hell where TeX assumes people want to use absolute paths or the working directory. I have the file main.tex. It imports several ...
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Autoinclude files

In my previous question I asked about templates. I got quite a cool answer, thanks! There is code like \long\def\FourierIntroduction{Content} In say the file Fourier.tex. What I would like is that ...
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A variant of \includeonly

Is there a way to have pdfLaTeX emit separate PDF files for each \included file, and somehow massage the \include/\includeonly mechanism so that when using the \includeonly command those files are ...
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inputting a file not from a subdirectory

I apologise if this question has already been addressed. Say I have a set up like this: I have a main folder in which I have both preamble.tex and a folder sub_1. In sub_1, there is another folder ...
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Table including rows of a master table

I have a big master-table* containing reference items and that is a simple cross-project database of such items. Now I'd like to include in different documents parts of this master table and select ...
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Set width of text (included from external file) only - keep rest of page as is

What I want I have a document that includes text from several external .tex files. These files can contain \section{} commands or \begin{quote} environments. Furthermore, I use the lineno package to ...
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Large document edited by a dozen people

We, a team of 12 people, plan to write a 50 pages paper. The paper will be divided into chapters. Usually, no more than 2 or 3 people will work on a given chapter. Having one large file will create ...
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Beamer, gastex, and include images

My goal is to have an image created with gastex and include an image (a png,jpg,pdf,.. image) into the gastex one. For example, draw an automaton with a smiley picture in a state. I've read around ...
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Disable including of system files [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I safely compile other people's LaTeX documents? I've got a Linux server that is rendering LaTeX documents, I want to disable the access of LaTeX to system ...
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Does LaTeX have to reprocess included files that haven't changed?

I have included several .tex files (they do not contain the header code like documentclass, begin and end document, etc). When I include the file using \include everything works. But if I recompile ...
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Open included files in emacs+AUCTeX

When working with emacs+AUCTeX I would like to consider a project with one main.tex in which you have many include's. Is it possible somehow to open the included files from within the buffer where ...
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What is the recommended practice for making multi-article publications with LaTeX?

I would like to migrate the process of preparing a scientific journal at our department from MS Word to LaTeX. There is already a document class that could be used for individual articles. However ...
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How to insert one latex document into another.

This is probably online but I am not sure how to word the search. I have a long latex document, and it is getting messy editing it, is there a way to split the chapters into separate latex documents ...
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Compiling Master and Individual Child documents with correct pagination

I'm using a master document by including the child documents with \include{} command. I can compile the master document to get the big document with all child documents included. I wonder how to get ...
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“Reference does not exist” warning with \includeonly

I am in the process of writing my thesis and am using the \include command to separate the files. But when I use the \includeonly command to select on the current chapter which has references to ...
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How to make “\input” in a “\include”-d file use the correct current path?

I'm having a master file let's say test.tex and also some folders sub1/ and sub2/. There is also a TeX file in each of them: sub1/sub1.tex and sub2/sub2.tex. In the sub1/ and sub2/ are also some ...
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First chapter appearing before first line in table of contents

I have a table of contents in my memoir book. I want there to be one line for each chapter, in addition to headings for each set of similar chapters. For some reason, the line for the first chapter ...