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In the first run it is not known, on which pages the footnotes go. Thus it might happen, that a footnote exceeds the 26 letters. You can try package alphalph to allow higher values for the footnote counter: \usepackage{alphalph} \renewcommand{\thefootnoteB}{\emph{\alphalph{\value{footnoteB}}}}

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The complete error message you get is ! Undefined control sequence. <argument> Let $(\Omega , \varepslion , \mathbb {P})$ be a probability space... l.20 } ? An error message like this is made of four parts: The error message itself The line where the unidentified control sequence appears The continuation of ...

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egreg is right, of course. The statement should be $\beta = -0.84$, $t = -0.209$, $P = 0.04$ \beta is a math character and will need some math environment to be displayed. That could be inline math mode, using $...$ or some equation environment. You would also like the spacing to be correct between the numbers and the mathematical symbols, thus wrapping ...

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Your code can be reduced to \documentclass{article} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \begin{document} õ \end{document} and it will still throw the ! Missing $inserted. error. Exactly what happens 'behind the scenes' I don't know, but it may be that this is caused by your editor using a different character encoding than that specified for inputenc. According ... 6 You need braces for the subscripts: \mu_{\hat{p}} and \sigma_{\hat{p}} \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amssymb} \begin{document} \begin{itemize} \item$\mu_{\hat{p}}$is the mean of all possible values of$\hat{p} = \pi$. \item$\sigma_{\hat{p}}$represents the standard deviation of all possible values of$\hat{p} = \sqrt{\frac{\pi(1-\pi)}{n}}\$ ...

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Heiko already provided a solution (use the alphalph package); I'll add a quote from section 1.6. of the footmisc (sic!) documentation which refers to constraints of the package's symbol option. symbol can handle at most 16 footnotes per page, so it is likely that its problematic behaviour also applies to your example using alph (which can handle 26 footnotes ...

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As the manual says, commands from xstring are not fully expandable and may not be nested nor used e.g. in \edef. Several of the xstring commands thus have a final optional argument which is a macro where the result may be stored. This in to the situation for \IfStrEqCase, so you need to provide something like this in the code for each case. For example: ...

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The texfot script by Karl Berry has been recently added to TeX Live; the command line > texfot pdflatex eddy where eddy.tex is \documentclass{article} \begin{document} A purposely overfull line \makebox[1.1\textwidth]{x} And an error \abcdefghi \end{document} will produce the following output on the terminal: /usr/texbin/texfot: invoking: ...

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The ws-ijcis is not compatible with amsmath; it defines its own equation* environment. It's not compatible with amsthm either, because it defines a proof environment. The weird error is due to the fact that you don't load amsmath prior to amsthm, so following a branch in a conditional where a wrong assumption is made on \[ (which is again redefined by the ...

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I had same problem, but I found the solution. In my case, I had \\ in some fields, for example : \title{ Administrateur système GNU--Linux \\ Responsable technique. } When I deleted \\, the compilation ran correctly. \title{ Administrateur système GNU--Linux Responsable technique. } If there is a \\ string in the fields firstname, ...

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Here is a version using stringstrings. While the \convertchar macro cannot be nested inside of a \num argument, its result (\thestring) is expandable, and can thus be solved in a two-step, as I do in the macro \Inum (indirect \num). EDITED to take not just letters, but words, as arguments. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{stringstrings} ...

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The problem comes from the paragraph that comes just after the quotation environment and begins with Tímto pravidlem. More precisely the use of \Alph: it's a LaTeX command that formats a counter display, so its argument has to be a counter. I don't understand what was expected with this command.

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For fun, the problematic part translated to English (based on Google Translate): \documentclass [a4paper,11pt,twocolumn] {article} \begin{document} \noindent Too frequent \underline{highlighting} of text elements and {\huge c}{\LARGE h}{\Large a}{\normalsize n}{\small g}% {\footnotesize i}{\scriptsize n}{\tiny g} {\tiny the} {\scriptsize font} ...

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