{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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Adding styling to LaTeX produced by MATLAB

MATLAB has a function called publish which has the option to export a script and its output as LaTeX. It looks quite nice, although there are a few additional things that I would like to do to the ...
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MiKTeX Options submenu is greyed out in WinEdt 6.0

I have included the package mtpro2 in my latex document using \usepackage[lite,subscriptcorrection,slantedGreek,nofontinfo]{mtpro2} as recommended here. The main reason is that I need very wide ...
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How to force section to not go to new page in article

I have a document like this: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \include{sect1} \include{sect2} \end{document} Both files sect1.tex and sect2.tex begin with \section{...}. The output pdf ...
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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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Malfunction when loading preamble code using \include{}

I am trying to load a piece of code using \include{file}. This code uses tikz to create fancy chapters. The weird thing is that when I load my code, the \chaptername gets cut(after running the code ...
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How to use reftex in multiple files

I tried some solutions but fail so far. I divide large data into multiple files and then include all of them in main file. I used emacs24. Here is general of my main.tex file \include{chapter1} ...
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Latex, Tikz, PDF's and Multiple .tex files

To give a brief background of my situation, I am currently writing a group report in LaTeX for my honours project and I'm attempting to use LaTeX for this. There are several sections in this report, ...
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Exclude citations from other chapters, but make cross-references work

I'm writing up my PhD dissertation, and I tend to compile each chapter separately. Each chapter is in a separate document, and is included in the main LaTeX file. I use \includeonly to only include ...
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Rendering a pdf in a different location, from a standalone tex-file that combines several chapters [duplicate]

I've seen a lot of these questions, but in my search I haven't managed to find an answer to my problem. I am building a directory system for simple use, where I have divided the first folder into ...
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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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Can “insert reference” function searching external file in texshop?

I am using Texshop under Lion. I am writing a thesis which contains many chapters as separated files and I use "include" in the main file. In Texshop, one can directly insert reference by ...
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undefined control sequence for \subfigure [duplicate]

using TeXShop in OS X Maverick, a simple subfigure script is returning "undefined control sequence". Although I can bypass it and still generate the image-included pdf by typing "s" to "ignore all" ...
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Including fully functional .tex documents [duplicate]

I'm trying to combine four separate .tex documents into one big "book" with each document as a chapter. I use the import package. This is essentially what my main document looks like: ...
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answers sometimes in test, sometimes in answer file [duplicate]

So this is going to sound strange, but I'm wondering if there is a clean way to do this. By the time I have a project done, I will have written two .tex files: one with questions, and another one ...
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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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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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tikz picture inside main code or include tikz output

Suppose that someone wants to include a tikz picture inside a LaTeX document. Suppose that a simple tikz code is the following \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} ...
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Make arara ignore \includeonly command

I'm actually about to write up my dissertation and have split it into chapters that are included into the main document via \include{chapter}. To keep compilation times short while working on it, I ...
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Is there a limit to the size of a tex-file?

I've been writing a document for some time now. It is steadily growing and hopefully will continue to do so. Lately I realised that -- although I just recently bought a new MacBook -- when I work on ...
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How do I include Postscript graphics in a LaTeX file?

I am trying to include sample.ps file to my document with the following code \documentclass{article} \usepackage[margin=3cm,a4paper]{geometry} \usepackage{amsmath,amsthm} \usepackage{amsfonts} ...
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Reference label with included file and relaxed clearpage

I am running into a rather weird error that apparently originates from the combination of \include, \let\clearpage\relax and a referenced label after a page break. In this particular example, the ...
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Make a “standalone” version of multiple files: all document in one .tex file

Disclaimer: this question is not related to the standalone package. When writing an article, I split the content between several files, to ease the versionning notably. At the time of writing, most ...
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Included PDF line width

I've an image I made with Inkscape and exported to PDF that I want to include in my document. However, there is one annoying thing: The line width (e.g. the border width of a rectangle) depends on the ...
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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. ...
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An .eps image, whose caption is too separated from the image.

I am writing a thesis in a large .tex file in Vim. I have an .eps image, whose caption is too separated from the image. I have extensively read similar posts, tried almost everything, but the ...
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Create my own templates with include files, how to create directory structure?

I want to have a directory called "Templates" where I would like to have .tex files and image files for inclusion. An example template would setup a letter format with watermark, fancy header, ...
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Bibliography & \include

I am working on a big project divided, and i've decided that the best way to go about it is to write separately each chapter and then simply used the \include command on the main document. However, I ...
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Problem with combined part/frame number with \includeonly

This is a follow-up question to Create references with part number and frame number. I want to create beamer slides with parts (for lecture slides) and I want to show a combination of part number and ...
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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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Removing headers on pages between chapters while using \include to input chapters

I am writing a document using the report class with the options twoside and openright. I want to remove headers and footers from blank pages between chapters. I tried the emptypage package as well ...
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Prefix “Figure” and giving reference to figures

Is it possible to adjust the font size of the prefix Figure when captioning an included image? Furthermore, is it possible to refer to a picture in a meaningful way without using a caption; I tried ...
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Include tex-files and compile separately

For a large project, I'd like to write each chapter on it's own. After that, I'd wish (of course) to incorporate all the chapters in a base document (the large project). I've heard ob \include and ...
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Undefined reference using a0poster (\include Vs. \input)

I have an a0poster document (see below an example) which is not loading the cross-references, although bibtex is working fine and compiling the references. I write the main text into a different tex ...
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I have two file -> a.tex and b.tex,how to insert b.pdf after a.pdf?

%********a.tex \documentclass{book} \usepackage[final]{pdfpages} \begin{document} Hello \includepdf[pages=-]{b.pdf} \end{document} Now b.tex %%%%%%%%%% %********b.tex \documentclass{book} ...
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A command for including a folder of macros

Is there any command to include a folder of macros(such as sty,def,... files) in preamble like one for graphics (\graphicspath{{figures/}}‎‎).
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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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Avoid acronym list when acronym environment is \include[d]

I want to keep my acronym environment in a separate file and avoid printing out the whole acronym list. Still the option [nolist] of the acronym package seems not to work when the acronym environment ...
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Latex compiling out \begin{document} etc

I am writing a thesis with latex, each chapter is in its own TeX file and get included with a \input{Chapters/Chapter1} command. One of my Chapters is generated with Sweave (R code) and includes ...
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Invalid dependencies with latexmk when using includeonly, hyperref and unnumbered sections

Latexmk compiles outputs even when source files have not changed in a specific case. My use case is the following: I generate several PDFs for a single document that contain either the complete ...
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Relative paths for \input and building from different directories

The minimal example If I have a directory containing my main LaTeX source file and it uses \input to incorporate some data in another file, I can use a relative pathname. E.g., with these files: ...
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Problem with `include` command [duplicate]

I have prepared a cover page and the first chapter of my dissertation. Both of these are in different tex files. I read that in order to have everything in a master file you need to use the include ...
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\importonly for only processing a single import?

I am composing a large document, and instead of using include/input, I use the \subimport* command from the import package. This allows me to take care of relatives paths very easily. However, the ...
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include tex tables on the same page [duplicate]

I want to include a table from another tex file before another table but this pushes the to another page. Do you have any solution to sidestep the problem? Here is the code ...
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clash between mcode and scrbook

I want to include Matlab code in my document. The mcode package used to do a great job in combination with my scrbook document class. However, I recently updated my KOMAscript family to version 3.12 ...
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Creating one .tex file form a structured large document [duplicate]

I just finished my Ph.D thesis using LaTeX and I create it in a structured way with several folders and .tex documents inside. I have a master main.tex file and add the different chapters, sections ...
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Adding Table of Contents to existing PDF

How can I add a Table of Contents (TOC) to an existing PDF? I have an existing PDF (scanned notes from a class). I'd like to improve this basic scan as much as possible. I do not think that any OCR ...
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\bibentry problem with chapterbib package

In my document I want to create a separate bibliography for each chapter. This works fine by using the chapterbib package. However, \bibentry does not work anymore in included files when invoking the ...
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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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Inconsistent page clearing with \includeonly

I'm writing my thesis using memoir.cls, with a top-level document for preamble and front matter and the like, and a source file per chapter, organised like this: \documentclass{memoir} ...
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Multiple PDF generation with one tex file

I'm writing my cv using moderncv, and I want to make it in 2 languages. I wrote a common part, which both languages will have, and specific ones, where I put the translated content. I also want to ...