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Structuring a Large Document

I just started to write my thesis and i want to organize my document in Latex using the \input command, so for example, the main file main.tex is like this: \begin{document} ...
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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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\vref and input command

You've saved my life in some occasions, I am writing my master thesis and as I am working with MATLAB, I found a very useful MATLAB function which "translate" MATLAB images to TeX tikzpicture. I ...
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Bad table references with \input{…}

I have been searching a bit, but couldn't find the proper answer to my problem. I have multiple tables defined for a report. Let's say some tables are presented in the main content of the report and ...
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Cross-referencing (input) multiple tex. files on multiple levels [closed]

I´ve recently discovered this site and you might be able to give me some advice working with LaTeX. Here´s my problem: My company is working on several user manuals. Each user manual is located in ...
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Wrong reference using \input twice for the same file

I have a short piece of text with an image that I need to use more than once in my document. The rational solution I came up with is to put the text in a file and call the file when needed, something ...
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Need help creating a custom aux file read/write routine to suit my needs

I require two new commands, \createreference and \citereference, to work with. They should work as shown in the following examples: \createreference{john}{John Q. Citizen} should write the text “John ...