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I just had this same problem, and found the solution. For me, it turned out to be a clash between two packages: Apparently I was loading both the subfigure & subfig packages, which are not compatible (according to this hint). If I comment out either \usepackage{subfigure} OR \usepackage{subfig} The code executes properly. (subfigure is apparently ...


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A quick fix is to just put the .cls file next to the .tex file you're compiling (ie. in the same directory). Perhaps this is not a permanent enough solution for you (eg. if you're going to use this class file in many documents), but this is how I use IEEE's & OSA's journal class files (where once every few years at most I need to use a particular class ...


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I would put the beamer example into a separate file which can be compiled for its own. Then, the source code and the beamer slides can be included into the target document. Here, I used example01.tex for the beamer file: % example01.tex \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{blindtext} \begin{document} \begin{frame} \frametitle{First Frame} ...


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\renewcommand\thepart{\ifcase\value{part}\or ONE\or TWO\or THREE\fi}


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Use the fmtcount package and specify the part counter representation in the following way: \usepackge{fmtcount}% http://ctan.org/pkg/fmtcount \renewcommand{\thepart}{\NUMBERstring{part}} Here is a minimal example: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{fmtcount} \renewcommand{\thepart}{\NUMBERstring{part}} \begin{document} \part{A part} \end{document}



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