{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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Include a tex file that contains the bibliography section

I found when I tried to keep the spaces in my file name by using \include{{""}}, then the file could still be included, but the references would be question marks. This is my MWE ...
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Usage of include (graphics, section's and only)

I'm working on my master thesis in LaTex (using TexMaker). I'm a bit new but getting the hang of it. At the moment i'm making my sections in different tex documents. For example, i have an abstract, ...
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pdf_tex files and \import: PDF file not found

I am currently working on my PhD thesis, and I am having trouble including a pdf_tex and pdf file created using Inkscape. I am using TeXStudio and PDFLaTeX. The relevant files are: ...
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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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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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References undefinded when using \include{filename}

I am compiling my thesis where I have a rootfile and each chapter is read in with \include{chapterfolder/chaptername}. Everything works but the references, they are all undefinded. When I run BibTex ...
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Opacity Logo in beamer slide

Hi i have the following Beamer slide and i want to make the logo in the bottom right corner have an opacity on say 50 % ? Here is my code \documentclass[a4paper, ]{beamer} ...
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Trace errors when using \include

I'm writting my thesis and decided to divide my main .tex file into different files containing the chapters using \include. However, when I compile my main file the error logs don't take me to the ...
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Collate apa6 documents into book

I'm getting a Master of Education (Go Mizzou Tigers!), and I'm using overleaf to create all of my tasks/milestones/deliverables. It's going pretty well so far, and I'm using the apa6 package, which is ...
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Problems include graphics

I am trying to include a network I created in Gephi into my thesis, but I am having problems doing it. I currently do it in the following way: \begin{figure}[ht] \centering ...
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\include{} and bibtex

I can't make \include{} and BibTeX work together for some reasons. The bibliography is displayed but not the references. They all appear with ?. What is wrong with me? Here is my code : ...
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Include pdfpages and unwanted scale

When I include a pdf file with the command \includepdf[pages=1]{file} from the package \usepackage[final]{pdfpages}, I obtain a scaled document (in a smaller height). How can I obtain rigorously the ...
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Defining path to file in separate directory in include statement

I have a main document that includes a list of 'include' statements. Could someone please help me with defining the path to the files that need to be included. My directory structure is: Book Title ...
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Include file with prefixed labels

Say I \include A.tex and B.tex in main.tex. Say A.tex has something labeled in it, \label{a}. Then I can just reference this in B.tex as \ref{a} without any problem. I don't want to be able to do ...
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Texmaker bibtex works with \input not with \include

I use bibtex 0.99d with Texmaker 4.3. I have a multi .tex file document with the main document using \include{} for chapters. The bibtex configured as bibtex build/%.aux doesn't work. However when ...
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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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Combine sections into chapter. Each section a separate .tex file

I am putting together a portfolio of evidence together. I have written all the individual pieces of evidence as separate latex documents. Some of these documents have references at the end of the ...
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Run Bibtex on aux files in subfolders, multiple OS

I have a complete framework for my PhD thesis based on classicthesis/arsclassica. Single chapters are located in Subfolders like this. main.tex Chapters/project1/project1.tex ...
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Possibility to show notes on included PDF pages

I include pages from an pdf in my document: \includegraphics[page=4, clip, width=\textwidth, keepaspectratio]{graphics/lorem.pdf} However, if I make notes in the PDF (i.e. used Skim, exported to ...
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appendix instead of chapter in table of contents

In the table of content, I want to have Appendix A instead of chapter A, Appendix B instead of chapter B, and show on. I can't show this when I use \include{appendix}. Following is my code: ...
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Include TeXDoclet error

I'm trying to include a Javadoc (LaTeX format) genereted with TeXDoclet. I follow the instructions in the documentation: Compile with the -include option, which gives me two files: docs.tex and ...
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\include not working. Folder structure too deep?

I wrote \include{{"Folder_A/B/C/D/M"}}. LaTeX reported that it could not write the 'Folder_A/B/C/D/M.aux' file. Is it because my file is too deep? Any idea? THX! OK. Someone told me this short ...
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LaTex \include space in path

It's not graphs. It's a .tex file that I want to include. I used \input and it worked fine. But as I keep writing more and more, the file got bigger and bigger and I decided to use chapterbib to make ...
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File structure/organization for book

I need to write a short book divided in 3 big chapters and about 40 short sections (for a maximum of a couple of pages each). Dividing the book in 3 files seems very messy, but dividing it into 40 ...
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Including graphics error

I am trying to add an immage to my text with the command: \includegraphics[height=19.8truemm]{kuleuven} But each time I get the error that the file cannot be found. As I have practically no ...
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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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How to use shell environment variable with import/include/input?

I would like to create a folder in my home directory to store a few files in it that should serve as templates e.g. handout.tex. I begin to write my specific file somewhere in my filesystem. Now I ...