{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) can I include the file somedir/file.tex in the file somedir/subdir/anotherfile.tex

I know that it is possible to include somedir/subdir/anotherfile.tex in somedir/file.tex by using \include{subdir/file}. Is it possible to do it the other way around? A Linux workaround that I'm ...
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Speed up compilation by (pre-)compiling chapters separately?

I am writing a long document with many chapters. They are all included from a root document using \input{chapterX.tex} etc. Compiling everything takes pretty long. As a workaround to make compilation ...
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When should I use \input vs. \include?

There are two different commands to incorporate another file into the source of some document, \input and \include. When should I use one or the other? What are the differences between them? Are there ...
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Table of contents numbering is strange [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: ToC numbering problem My LaTeX document is acting strangely. Here is a simplified version of it: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \newpage ...