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Index printing issue

I am writing an article with an index, and I'm using the makeidx package to do so. I have made sure to include the \makeindex command in my preamble, and I have included a \printindex command near ...
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MakeIndex Style and pdfLaTeX Format Not Found

When I try to compile my document I get the following errors: Index style file PhD_Research_Proposal.ist not found pdflatex.exe: The memory dump file could not be found texify: pdflatex.exe failed ...
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Template compiling - biber, pdflatex, makeindex required to run in order

I'm using a template called Legrand Orange Book from http://www.latextemplates.com It compiles fine with TeXShop (part of the MacTeX distribution), but I'm not sure I'm doing it exactly right. I ...
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Using Terminal to run LaTeX commands

Since I always used TeXShop to compile my tex-files I did not have to run LaTeX commands via terminal (many macros like BibTeX, MakeIndex etc. are included in TeXShop). Now that I want to include an ...
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latexmk / imakeidx interoperational efficiency

imakeidx and latexmk are two of my favorite utilities of all TeX-time, especially in the face of book-size compilations (super thanks @egreg and @John Collins!). Apart from ease of producing multiple ...
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Multiple indexes in LaTeX

I am familiar with the creation of multiple indexes using the multind package. One of the required steps is to run the makeindex executable for each generated .idx file. A typical solution would be do ...
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How to use the amsmidx package to include multiple indices

I am using the gsm-l class file to write a small text. I want to have two indices at the end, one for names, and one for subjects. So, as instructed in the AMS instructions, I include then line ...