{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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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 ...
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Changing the working directory when including files in a subdirectory

I'm working on a mathematics magazine that involves multiple articles from different authors. I would like to give each article a sub-directory in which I can store all the relevant files - .tex, ...
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Can't include child document in subfigure

I'd like to save the PSTicks code for my images in seperate files and then include them with \include{image.tex}. This works fine with normal figure floats. But when I use subfloats, I get the error: ...
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Latex not data driven enough, Embed XML+XSLT?

Ok, so I've been using Lyx for about a year now. I haven't really dug too deep in to the LaTex/Tex side of things. I've a little more experience with XML + XSLT. It has a nice seperation of Data from ...
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Automatically copying over files required to compile a tex file

I want a command which takes as input, a tex file, and a list of directories. It should (recursively) identify any files the tex file depends on (\include or \includegraphics) and copy them into the ...
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Splitting a big document into several output PDF files [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Keep chapter number of chapters inserted with \include Can one TeX file output to multiple PDF files? My document structure has: 1 file with preface; 12 individual .tex ...
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TeXnicCenter does not compile a document [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I fix the error “GUI framework cannot be initialized” with TeXnicCenter and MiKTeX? I checked the net, but haven't found a solution so far. I'm using ...
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Getting \includeonly functionality with import package

I had problems compiling with the \includeonly \include system since I had images in the document form different subdirectories. For example the main file would be at /Main/MainFile.tex and the ...
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Managing Included Footnotes in oolatex/htlatex/tex4ht [closed]

I'm being diligent and doing all my work in LaTeX, unfortunately my supervisor prefers his work in Word for review. The easy way (or so I thought) was to use oolatex / tex4ht to convert my nice latex ...
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How does \include work in terms of preamble? And is \input better?

When you have different files; say different chapters of a book, that are written in separate Tex files, all having their own preamble packages and document class options, how does it work when you \...
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import input pgfplots with relative paths

The package import makes it posible to \input (and \include) a .tex document which itself \input (or \includegraphics etc.) stuff using relative paths. I was hoping that this also would work with the \...
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Including full-fledged files in a single document [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Make a .tex file that combines complete .tex documents in subdirectories I have a couple of files, which were initially intended as stand-alone documents. But now I wish to ...
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Page number is reset to 0 with \include command

I am writing a lengthy document that I have divided in chapters. Each chapter is in a separate file which is called from the master file by means of the command \include. The problem is that every ...
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Why are my \include files ignored?

I am trying to use the \include command to import chapters into Latex. For some reason, Latex is completely ignoring files in the \include command. If I replace \include with \input they are included ...
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\usepackage[turkish]{babel} and \includegraphics inconcistency

Here is my document : \documentclass[12pt]{book} % must-have packages \usepackage[turkish]{babel} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} % This package will support Turkish chars % must-have packages \...
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Macro included via \include

I have a macro to define a text: \def\Title{Mein Titel und Langes"=Wort"=Beispiel} The dash "= is defined in babel/German and is used to activate the hyphenation in concatenated words. In ...
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'\include' sections of files?

Is it possible to include a section of a file? Context: Literature Reviews for thesis, I write long(ish) notes on each paper/article/whatever, but generally have a 'bird's eye view' summary. I'd like ...
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Including published Matlab code and figures in separate LaTeX document

I'm writing up a homework set in LaTeX. I'm writing the theoretical parts of the homework using LaTeX, and the implementation in Matlab. I want to combine these two easily. My problem is: How do ...
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includegraphics[page=\pageref… possible? how to set [page=] to a variable?

I'm currently writing a quite complex document with a lot of graphics created using TikZ. Hence I decided to put all graphics into one big file called tikz.tex creating a multiple page PDF with one ...
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I'd like to include Markdown in a LaTeX file

I have a LaTeX file, foo.tex and a bunch of markdown files {1..N}.markdown in the same directory. Basically, I'd like to be able to \include{1.markdown} and have the markdown rendered to LaTeX and ...
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Get {standalone} to ignore blocks of text from \input files (e.g., \begin{spacing} and \maketitle)

I've got a number of separate .tex files that are all \documentclass{article}. I'm inputting these into a \documentclass{book} file as chapters. In the book.tex file, then, I've got inputs like this: ...
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Splitting a large document into several files

Why is it recommended to split a large document into several parts and include them with \include? Is it only a relic of the past times when computers and LaTeX compilers were slower, or is it still ...
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\tableofcontents and multiple files from \include

I am trying to compile a table of contents with \tableofcontents{} from multiple files I have included (with \include, i.e. chapters). What do I need to do to get the chapters included in the table ...
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Using \verbatiminput on filenames with underscores

I'm trying to include some source files using \verbatiminput{}. Some of these filenames have underscores in them. This works fine by default. But if I try to include the underscore package so that I ...
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Including transformed XML

I need to include a transformed XML document into my LaTeX source. Transformation is specified inside the XML via XSLT. I recently started using LaTeX and I have bib database in XML. However, this XML ...
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How to change appearance of a particular line when using \lstincludelisting?

I'm using the listings package and include code into my document through \lstincludelistings. The problem is that I want to set some code lines to bold to indicate changes from previous code segments. ...
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Can a file know if it has been \include'ed or \input'ed?

I have a somewhat large User's Guide for a code I've been working on with collaborators. Each chapter is in a subdirectory of the top directory, which includes the .tex file that grabs and stitches ...
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Delimit a single auxiliary file into chunks, and include these at separate places?

I have a LaTeX file for inclusion, automatically generated by a code-documentation tool, so the fact it’s a single file is non-negotiable. However, I want to include it not all at once, but some ...
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Using relative paths for \include commands

I have a top-level latex file: /thesis.tex And subfolders with chapters: /chap1/ch1.tex In thesis.tex I use \include commands like so: \include{chap1/ch1} And in ch1.tex I have more includes for ...
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Include a file (chapter)

Is it fair to assume that if an \include command does not add a blank page both before and after, it is because the chapter starts on a page with an odd page number ? EDIT: I thought I was having ...
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Create list of all external files used by master LaTeX document?

Is there an easy way to create a list of all external files (complete path) which are used by a LaTeX document (and its "sub-documents") by \input \include \includegraphics ? (may I have forgotten ...
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Calling \end{document} in a macro

I have a file, which is meant to be used as a fragment file inside a larger document: \include{boilerplate} content \include{boilerplate} The goal is to make a fragment file compilable. So inside ...
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Add when the file was compiled to the draft document.

I would like to have on my draft-documents on the bottom something like compiled ch2.tex on July 21, 2011 at 18:46. My document has multiple files which I include by using \input. I have the ...
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use variable inside include/input

I would like to use a variable so I can define which file to include at compile-time (argument passed to LaTeX - see below). Problem here is that I cannot insert document name with "_", without ...
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\endinput: what is it for?

I am working on a big document and I am using the \include command to put chapters one after the other. On the internet I came to know about the existence of the \endinput command. However I do not ...
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Printing selected chapters without affecting cross-referencing

I am writing my thesis in Lyx and for some reason, probably due to the style sheet, I am unable to print the complete thesis. It gives weird errors. However, individually all chapters are easily ...
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Producing different versions of a document

I am writing a documentation for a software environment which will be composed of several subfile put together using the \include command. The thing is, I would like to be able to output different ...
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Generate a merged LaTeX file, with \input code in place?

I'm currently working on an experiment that involves re-typesetting a digitized physical book from OCRed images. For various reasons involving the workflow, the resulting project architecture is a "...
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What happens to a relative path in a file added with \input{}?

I stumbled upon the following question: In the preamble of my main tex file for my thesis, I've included several other files with definitions for abbreviations which are in the same path as main.tex, ...
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How to add a page number to the included PDF pages?

I'm creating a documentation with some included pdf files (mostly diagrams or tables) in the following way. \includepdf[pages=1-10, angle=90]{requirements/Requirements.pdf} The command "includepdf"...
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Rubber and \include: Missing aux file [closed]

I'm trying to build a multi-file document with Rubber. In thesis.tex, I have: \include{intro} and I have a file intro.tex. It builds fine with pdflatex, but with rubber -d, I am getting the error: ...
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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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About \include in LaTeX

When using \include{file}, if the including file is a complete LaTeX document, with documentclass{}, \begin{document}, etc., it generates an error. It doesn't generate the error if I remove everything ...
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How can I place tables after first \autoref when tables are all defined in one place or contained in a separate file called by \input?

Background I have a set of tables that can be automatically generated (specifically, a set of database table descriptions generated by phpmyadmin). I would like to include each tables in the ...
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Removing whitespaces caused by separate source files

I have an article which consists of multiple files, a main file with following section includes: \include{Introduction} \include{ProposedProtocol} \include{Comparison} \include{FutureWork} \include{...
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Page break with \include

I like to print my drafts with big fonts and small margins (i do this in memoir style in a single chapter), but the \include comand creates a page break. Is there a way to avoid this and have section ...
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Multiple bibliographies

I have the following: \documentclass{report} \begin{document} \include{chapter1} \include{chapter2} \end{document} I also have a reference.bib file, with entries book1, book2 and book3. chapter1....
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\graphicspath and \include

I am trying to define a central graphics path for my thesis, however, the chapters are included with the \include command and by using \include with \graphicspath, pdflatex complains about it can not ...
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Standalone compilation of sources intended for \input{} or \include{}

My LaTeX workflow involves frequent recompiles (good ol' C-c C-c in AucTeX). Right now I'm working on a large document that's composed of chapters, each in an individual file. I would like to use ...
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Figure environment not working with included file (extra } or forgotten endgroup)

I've spent hours on this issue. I hope someone can help me. I'm running into some kind of interference when I try to use the figure environment (Likewise for table, might be related to floats). I ...