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For me, the issue appeared when running "Update MiKTeX" in Admin mode and it disappeared, when I ran the "Update MiKTeX" again in User mode.

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Here are two possible solutions: pdflatex You need to load some additional packages: \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[english,greek]{babel} Then inside the second field of \newacro, add \selectlanguage{english} to typeset that word in Latin script. \documentclass{book} \usepackage{acronym} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...

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You can disable the pretty useless “quoting” feature of Spanish babel: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[spanish,es-noquoting]{babel} \usepackage{pdfpages} \begin{document} \includepdf[landscape]{example-image-16x9.pdf} \end{document}

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This is an issue with < and > being active at the wrong time. It appears at a time when the landscape option (and xetex driver for pdfpages) will try to do \special {pdf: put @thispage <</Rotate #1>>} I didn't try to disentangle completely the sequence of events (but see update below), but loading babel after pdfpages fixes the issue. I ...

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To prevent hyphenation of words before their respective fourth letter, say, just insert the instruction \lefthyphenmin4 (For English-language documents, one usually works with \lefthyphenmin2 and \righthyphenmin3.)

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When you load a package with \usepackage[a,b,c]{package} the macro \opt@package.sty is defined to expand to a,b,c; such a macro is used for \@ifpackagewith. However, global options are not included in the list. So, if the package know the option g and you do \documentclass[g]{article} \usepackage[a,b,c]{package} the option g will be passed to package ...

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This is a simple solution: \usepackage[tablename=Cuadro]{caption} Works with and without babel. Use figurename for tables.

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The problem is that inside a tikzpicture environment the character " is not a shorthand marker any more, but when this is absorbed in the solutions it still is. Workaround: \AtEndDocument{\clearpage\begin{center}\Large Solutions \end{center} \setcounter{pr}{0} \begin{multicols}{2} \scantokens\expandafter{\the\prsoltoks}% \end{multicols} This ...

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TeX's hyphenation rules do not work on the basis of words, except for special exceptions specified in \hyphenation. The body of the hyphenation rules are generated by matching substrings of words in the document to a set of letter patterns that encourage or discourage hyphenation at that point. So there is no sense really in which TeX does not "know" a word ...

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