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As people already told in their comments, you not provide minimal working example. If you will, you would discover errors in your text yourself: you didn't close your abstract with \end{abstract} the \cite{3] is wrong, you need to say \cite{3} Don't forget to escape % symbols, i.e., write them as \%, unless you intend to use the symbol as a comment ...


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OK, @Johannes_B has already given you some advice. Meanwhile, I was trying to to tidy up your code: see if I have guessed your intentions correctly. % My standard header for TeX.SX answers: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} % To avoid confusion, let us explicitly % declare the paper format. \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...


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Because you need a 6th argument in the first(!) call of \cventry the second one is correct \cventry{entry1}{entry2} {entry3} {\textit{entry4}}{entry5}{entry6!} I also needed to remove \endcsname to get your code to compile.


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I propose one of these solutions, with the alignat environment: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} \begin{alignat*}{2} P(\omega_{k}|x) & \approx \widehat{y_k}(x) & & = \frac{\exp(w^{T}_{k}x')}{\sum^{q}_{j=1}\exp(w^{T}_{j}x')} \\[1ex] & \text{where} ...


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Unrelated to tabulary: you are missing the minipage width in all the new entries \begin{minipage} Note the error message ! Missing number, treated as zero. <to be read again> \begin{minipage} A which shows the location of the error being the A \begin{minipage} A is the same as \begin{minipage}{A} so it tries ...


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Finally I can reproduce the issue with your MWE above. I guess it has to do with Biber 2.4, microtype, and special characters, the workaround mentioned there works here as well. An easy fix is to load the fontenc package with the T1 option for proper non-ASCII characters \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} In the upcoming biblatex version 3.4 that problem should be ...


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- won't be the problem (unless you are using a language that declares it to be a babel shortcut) but spaces in filenames are evil:-) If you must have spaces, it probably works to quote them as \graphicspath{% {"C:/Users/Username/Documents/Project 1 - Project Title/Project Writeup/Project/Graphics/"}% } but not having spaces is good. Also the grffile ...


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Use a tabular inside the tabularx: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tabularx} \begin{document} \newcommand\docName{\tabular[t]{@{}l@{}}Video Endoscope \& Imaging Module \\ DVT Support Manual\endtabular} \noindent \begin{tabularx}{\textwidth}{|c|X|} \hline &\\ \footnotesize\sffamily\bfseries ...


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Use a \Longunderstack or a \Longstack. EDITED to handle case where a macro containing the data is to be set in a stack (per the OP's comments). In this case, the line \setDocName{Video Endoscope \& Imaging Module \\DVT Support Manual} places the data in the variable \@setDocName. At a later point, the contents of \@setDocName are to be set in a ...


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You can use \raggedright, that suddenly allows \\ in \docName, but requires terminating the rows with \tabularnewline; not a big deal, as this table can be defined in the preamble. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tabularx} \newcommand{\docName}{Video Endoscope \& Imaging Module \\ DVT Support Manual} \newcommand{\HeaderBox}{% \par\noindent ...


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I think the immediate cause of this error message were the empty brackets in \includegraphics{}, as this will look for an image with an empty file name which will most likely not be found. But to avoid further errors, much of the superfluous code should be removed. beamer itself provides many packages, so there is no need use graphicx, hyperref, color or ...


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You probably mean the frame title. The command \setbeamerfont{frametitle}{shape=\scshape} sets the shape of the frame titles to SmallCaps. So you probably just want to remove this line.



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