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Note that this is not possible, for a very simple reason: resolving the label changes the line breaking and page breaking, which can change the labels. The problem is that -- in some sense -- TeX is too powerful: Even the slightest change in the document can change the way how the whole rest of the document is processed by the program, and that's not only on ...

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You cannot use a command such as \'e in the argument of a \label{}. Not, at least, without doing some kind of special TeX acrobatics. For example, something like \label{tab:a\'ea} will produce an error roughly of the kind you are reporting. You could use something like \label{tab:aéa}. But although this would not produce the same error, it is likely to ...

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Applying "divide and conquer" approach to your project -- by splitting your project into several smaller input files -- is a good practice. In addition to this, it will be better if you can compile each smaller input file so you can see the result on which you focus. Compiling each smaller input file, of course, takes shorter time compared to compiling the ...

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As mentioned by others in the comments, I found the macports installed binaries port provides /opt/local/bin/latex Then simply uninstall it sudo port uninstall --follow-dependents texlive-bin Now if you do which lualatex it shows /usr/texbin/lualatex The other shortcut I realised could be directly accessing the mactex binaries by ...

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In order to selectively include parts of your document and still get page numbers and table of contents right, you can use \include and \includeonly. Your main file should look like this: \documentclass{whatever} % put preamble here % \includeonly{mult} % \includeonly{div} % \includeonly{mult,div} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \include{mult} ...

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If you use the online tool ShareLatex then this now has a built in word count: https://www.sharelatex.com/blog/2015/09/15/word-count.html

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Entering LaTeX 2.09 COMPATIBILITY MODE ************************************************************* !!WARNING!! !!WARNING!! !!WARNING!! !!WARNING!! This mode attempts to provide an emulation of the LaTeX 2.09 author environment so that OLD documents can be successfully processed. It should NOT be used for NEW documents! New ...

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Since it works when you compile as an administrator, it is likely that you simply need to run updmap. See this question for details. Note that this answer is specific to MikTeX. If you are using TeX Live, you should not run updmap. If you are using TeX Live, see my question and answer for information about why you shouldn't do this, as well as instructions ...

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I suppose that you didn't run the document with latex -> dvips -> ps2pdf. With an up-to-date TeXLive 2015 I get:

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You could organize your material in three separate files: File mult.tex: Just the body of the multiplication-related material, no preamble, no \begin{document}, and no \end{document}. File div.tex: Just the body of the division-related material, no preamble, no \begin{document}, and no \end{document}. File driver.tex, organized as follows: ...

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Note that old paths in /usr are not valid anymore in Os X 10.11+. All paths starting with /usr/texbin/ should be changed to /Library/TeX/texbin/.

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Close TexWorks and go to C:\Users\$user_name$\AppData\Local\MiKTeX\2.9\miktex\data\le and delete all .fndb files. Reopen TexWorks and it should compile without problems. replace $user_name$ with your username.

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