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I was able to resovle the issue with the following command. (Credits to Ulrike Fischer, for pointing me in the right direction) \includepdf[pages={1-},scale=0.8,pagecommand={\thispagestyle{fancy}},frame]{myfile.pdf}


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did you have a look at http://www.howtotex.com/tag/faster-latex/ I think you already tried everything from "Part I", so you should look at "Part IV". I guess that the compile speed depends a lot on the included packages. By compiling parts of the document you also include the all your needed packages. So making them static could improve the compile speed ...


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You don't mention what kind of thesis you have, pictures and so on, so I'm just going to go with what I got. I'd put the two parts in environments and \excludecomment them using the comment package. \documentclass{article} \newenvironment{partone}{}{} \newenvironment{parttwo}{}{} \usepackage{comment} %\excludecomment{partone} \excludecomment{parttwo} ...


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\usepackage{packages/vubtitlepage} is incorrect, the argument to \usepackage should be a name not a file path (if the package had a \ProvidesPackage line you would get a warning about this). Just use \usepackage{vubtitlepage} and arrange that the packages directory is in your TEXINPUTS path, then the package and its related images will be found.


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Your overpic is in a paragrapĥ with indentation. Use \noindent to remove this indentation: \documentclass[a4paper]{article}% ensure identical page size \usepackage[abs]{overpic} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{geometry} \geometry{a4paper, top=0mm, left=0mm, right=0mm, bottom=0mm} \setlength\unitlength{1mm} \begin{document} ...


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\include is typically only used for chapter level sectioning, specifically sections that are always forced to a new page. So you're description of changing sections at different levels between \include and \input rarely applies. Using multiple input files below that doesn't really make any difference to TeX, there may be advantages for collaborative working ...


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One possibility is to use a \labelprefix which is changed according to the toggle switch longversion (I used etoolbox macros for this) and a predefined \shortlabelprefix and \longlabelprefix. However, this does not work, if the short version of the chapter is input via \include twice, since each input overwrites the old label values. main.tex ...



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