{input} is about the \input command which makes LaTeX process the content of a given file basically the same way as if it would be written instead of \input.

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Including figures relative to the path of the current document?

I am writing a paper simultaneously with my thesis; the paper will be included verbatim in the thesis (or at least, parts of it will). I am looking for a solution that allows me to update my paper ...
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Embed distributed LaTeX file/code to the PDF?

I have read of the possibility to embed the LaTeX source in a generated PDF, see the question here. Do you know of a way to do this with distributed TeX file, i.e. for a TeX file which is stored in ...
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Try to use input and currfile together

I have a folder tree a little like this, "document.tex" is the root file, section1 is a folder document.tex |--[section1] | |--index.tex My document.tex code is like that: ...
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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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Is there a LaTeX editor capable of synctexing a live preview from an included or inputted or subfiled chapter02.tex?

As a beginner... I thought I had settled for the distraction-free Gummi; but now I'm unsure, as I gather it's not so great for larger, modularized documents, such as writing a thesis: Gummi's live ...
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How can I input part of a file in verbatim?

I'm writing the documentation to a large piece of Matlab code. I would like include tags in my Matlab code and then read the lines of code between the tags into Latex and output them as verbatim (or ...
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What is the difference between putting macros in a .sty package file vs. simply \input them from another .tex file? [duplicate]

If \input just "imports the commands from the [target file]" into your new document, then what is the difference between calling a set of commands via \input{filename} (where filename is some .tex ...
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Select specific items located outside a main file

I have a data base of questions (simply individual .tex-files) and include some of them in a main file with the help of simple \input commands, in order to create an exercise. Some of those question ...
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Disable including of system files [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I safely compile other people's LaTeX documents? I've got a Linux server that is rendering LaTeX documents, I want to disable the access of LaTeX to system ...
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“Runaway argument?” error with \NewEnviron

I have two files. Basically, the main file just loads the environ package and inputs the secondary file. The secondary file creates an environment that basically does nothing, and creates one instance ...
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identify pieces of text automatically generated from input and new command

I have a document where many of its values are defined in a separate file via \newcommand, and added to the main document using \input in the preamble. The file being included is the output of a ...
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\input{} as argument for \inputgraphic{}

I got a question very similar to this post (\includegraphics{\input{|shell command}}) which unfortunately hasn't been really answered. The aim is to make a command that invokes a python script to ...
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Importing Tabular Cells from Text File

Suppose I want to build a table which looks as follows: \begin{tabular}{ccc} 1.23 & 2.98 & Apple \\ -3.78 & 4.01 & Banana \\ \end{tabular} However, the numbers in the table ...
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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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Linewidth resets when using input files

I'm trying to set some figure files in standalone .tex files, and then input them in the main file. Those files looks something like this \ifx \plotwidth \undefined \newlength{\plotwidth} ...
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Escape & Sanitize User Input

Background Generate a book with user content. Problem Names like Marie Curie-Sk\l{}odowska, when not escaped (e.g., MARIE CURIE-SKŁODOWSKA) cause LaTeX to fail. Questions What macros are ...
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Using \newcommand, \input and \includegraphics

I am writing a paper that includes simulation results from performing a number of trials of an experiment. Each of the output figures (.pdfs) I produce includes the number of trials in the filename ...
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Undefined control sequence in input file (with \citeauthor and \citeyear)?

I have a main.tex file which is including other tex files in order to have a better overview over my file. Here is how the main.tex looks like: \documentclass[a4paper,10pt, twoside]{book} ...
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Spaces in files names in \input or \includegraphics

I'm going crazy... I have a file I want to include which path is C:\Users\Matthieu\Documents\Folder withOneSpace\myFile.tex. (As you can see with the \, I'm on windows actually) I tried the ...
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Resize a table imported from another TeX file

Is is possible to resize a table imported from another table without having to modify the LaTeX code in the file from which the table is imported? I was thinking of something like: ...
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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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Using \newcommand to display user input that may contain special characters that need to be escaped

I don't know much about LaTeX right now, but I need to be able to use it to generate dynamic PDF documents using C#. For the most part, everything is cool and works the way I want it to work. ...
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Relative path issue with epslatex

I'm trying to include a figure which is saved as two files (eps and tex). I can get it to work if the files are in the same folder as the main document, but not if I move them elsewhere, even just to ...
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subimport including wrong file

I am trying to learn the import package but I find it extremely unreliable - perhaps I am missing something? One case study I tried is as follows: Created 3 tex files: ./main.tex ./bla.tex ...
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\graphicspath for Inkscape pdf_tex files

For writing a lecture note, I have put my images in a subdirectory named "image". In the main.tex file I have added \graphicspath{{image/}}. I have also included: ...
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How to pass parametres to an external file included by `\input{<filename>}`

I have a class file to set up agreements. I want to define a command that choose boilerplate text to include using a parameter pass a parameter to the included file to run a test and choose correct ...
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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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Using \input in a fancyvrb verbatim environment - problem with hyphens

I've set up a custom environment with DefineVerbatimEnvironment. Within that environment I'd like to \input{} files, which works all fine and well until one of them includes a hyphen. Here's an ...
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Floats in ConTeXt: changing caption name and making the \input command work

I have defined a new float for logic circuits called logigram: \definefloat [logigram] [logigrams] Taking advantage of the modes of ConTeXt (i.e. conditional processing), I am making in parallel a ...
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Including a .bib file with \input does not work

In the following simple document, the bibliography does not work : \documentclass{article} \usepackage[numbers]{natbib} \usepackage{inputenc} \inputencoding{utf8} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} ...
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Generating a single TeX file by merging different TeX files

I have a main TeX file which inputs many other TeX files i.e. for example \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \input{input1.tex} \input{input2.tex} \input{input3.tex} \end{document} Let's call ...
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No citations/bibliography processed/produced when using \include

I use TextMate 2 to write my LaTeX documents. I've noticed that when I use \include to add chapters, my citations don't process, whereas when I use \input, they do. I would like my document to have ...
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How do I best combine several documents?

I have a collection of articles written in latex, and I would like to "merge" them into a larger thesis document, in which each article will be a chapter. I have been looking at include and input, ...
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Scaling an \input within a subfigure

I'm including latex files with \input within a subfigure environment: \documentclass[a4paper]{report} \usepackage[usenames,dvipsnames]{color} \usepackage{linegoal} \usepackage{graphicx} ...
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One tabular with column input from multiple data files with pgfplotstable

I have a question which sort of extends the page Multiple Files input to one pgfplotstable. In the answer to this question, data is read from dataB.dat and subsequently appended to the data as ...
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Using catcode in conjunction with lstnewenvironment and lstinputlisting

(This is related to Injecting text contained in file into custom environment, but I was asked to put this in a separate post) From regular expression in listings the following code works fine : ...
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Store and retrieve content across documents [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Automating quoting across LaTeX documents I'm working on 2 documents: 1.tex and 2.tex. 2.tex is a metadocument about 1.tex, so that 2.tex has a lot of quotations from ...
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BibTeX not working with \input or \include [closed]

I need some help with BibTeX. I use a seperate *.bib file which is working perfectly, but when the commands \input or \include are used to input text from another *.tex file the application tells me ...
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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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Use input file in \thanks{}

Is it possible to acheive something similar to \title{\myTitle \thanks{ \input{../acknowledgement} }} (which doesn't work?) in order to load the content for \thanks on the fly?
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\input produces errors, copy&paste not

I'm working currently on a beamer-document and want to use LaTeX-code. Therefore I set up the listings-package in the following way: \documentclass[12pt]{beamer} \usepackage{listings} ...
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Including TikZ image (with external inputs) inside adjustbox adds horisontal spacing, why?

I'm working on my masters thesis and so I have a bunch of tikz files that I want to include in the thesis. This I do by using adjustbox to limit the size to \textwidth as such \adjustbox{max ...
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Getting `tables` R package to print a text file that I can import into my .tex file

I'm trying to write some R code that takes data from my (evolving) experiment, makes a summary statistics table, and inputs it into the .tex document that I'm writing. I want to avoid copy-pasting. ...
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TeXnicCenter problem, can't find input index file

I've just installed TeXnicCenter. The first error I have encountered is that when I try and build I get the following error: Couldn't find input index file D:\File location\test nor D:\File ...
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Using \newcommand and \input

I like to use variables for my paths, so that if I migrate to another system/username, I don't have to change every path name. This does not seem to be working with the input command. I have the ...
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Can't insert/remove a blank page in main document

I'm on Win7 with TeX Live 2013 and TeXstudio. I have a main.tex file (\documentclass[...]{scrartcl}) with 2 \input{file} commands. I want to put a blank page between the table of contents and the ...
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How to scale images when imported as .tex files

I have quite a few diagrams created by Gnu Octave/MathLab which I need to include in a document. Octave can create several different outputs, but its PDF output is not really that nice as it has a lot ...
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Injecting text contained in file into custom environment

how can I inject text contained in a file input.tex into a custom environment. Something like : \documentclass{report} \usepackage{listings} \lstdefinelanguage{text}{} ...
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lstinputlistings syntax highlighting

I am using package listings to import my Python source code into my LaTeX document. I use the command \lstinputlistings. I have a Python source like class MyClass(Yourclass): def __init__(self, ...