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Drop the call to \makelabels, which should print envelope labels at the end of your letter.


I'm not sure I fully understood the setup of your class file, the ways you load various packages, and the ways new macros are defined (or existing ones are redefined). For sure, don't load packages -- typically in files with extension .sty -- via an \input statement. Instead, use \usepackage directives. If for no other reason, you should do so because ...


I've managed to seemingly fix this myself. I just ran: Tools -> Reconfigure


The newlfm document class ...in­te­grates the let­ter class with fan­cy­hdr and ge­om­e­try to au­to­mat­i­cally make let­ter­head sta­tionery. Use­ful for writ­ing let­ters, fax, and memos. You can set up an ad­dress book us­ing ‘wrap­per’ macros. You put all the in­for­ma­tion for a per­son into a wrap­per and then put the wrap­per in a doc­u­ment. The ...


You used to see that error quite a bit when the color package was introduced back in 1994, but you would normally expect that any class file that has been used in the last 20 years would have been updated by now. The ieee class re-instates the LaTeX2.09 float handler so removes support for the ! float option, for color (which causes the error message) and ...


You can use \let to make \test have the definition of \CurrentOption rather than reference it: \documentclass[jjj]{test} \stop with class \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} \ProvidesClass{test}[2015/01/15 test class] \DeclareOption*{% \let\test\CurrentOption \typeout{\test}% } \ProcessOptions\relax \typeout{\test} \endinput


The mathtime package is a very old package used for loading the first versions of what are now the MathTimePro fonts. As such, this file is not included in any TeX distribution as it requires having the fonts, which are proprietary (and not available any more). If you install the light version of the MathTimePro fonts, available at this link from PCTeX, ...

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