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From your code: (f:\Software\_Office\MikTex\tex\csplain\base\csenc-u.tex (f:\Software\_Office\MikTex\tex\generic\enctex\utf8unkn.tex) ! Undefined control sequence. l.116 ...in=1 \mubyteout=3 \mubytelog=1 \xprncodes =0 implies that the file f:\Software\_Office\MikTex\tex\generic\enctex\utf8unkn.tex is read ...


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You can use latex rather than pdflatex then dvips -E ... will try to generate an EPS file from the resulting dvi. Alternatively use pdflatex then there are several tools available to convert pdf to EPS (almost all wrappers around ghostscript) imagemagic convert for example.


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The Unicode reference is a red herring really, for pdftex you would need a classic (256 character) font that has such a character. There may be such a font but it is simpler really just to use a graphic. best would be a scalable image. If you have a system font with it in, make a small pdf, but a bitmap image also works, I just drew one. You can then define ...


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If the package was originally installed "on-the-fly" or by using the user-mode Package Manager, its updates will appear only in the user-mode Update tool. Only packages installed using the admin-mode Package Manager will appear in the admin-mode Update tool. I've now switched to TeX Live, but back in my MikTeX days I would always be sure to check for ...


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Also on CTAN the latest setup version seems to be 2.9.5105. Directory CTAN:systems/win32/miktex/setup/ contains: ba­sic-mik­tex-2.9.5105-x64.exe 166174984 2014-01-01 19:08 ba­sic-mik­tex-2.9.5105.exe 171108104 2014-01-01 19:08 mik­tex-portable-2.9.5105.exe 164409038 2014-01-01 19:34 and the older versions setup-2.9.4503-x64.exe ...


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I just added installation instructions to make4ht readme, I will copy Windows instructions here: See a guide by Volker Gottwald on how to install make4ht and tex4ebook`. Create a batch file for make4ht somewhere in the path: texlua "C:\full\path\to\make4ht" %* you can find directories in ...


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It depends on which installer version did you use? In the image you can see the different versions you can choose to install. If you do not know which one is installed look with the windows explorer if MikTeX is installed in directory x86. Then you used the 32 bit version. If not it is the 64 bit version.


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The format definition is wrong. You don't have a compiler selected and the input file is missing. On my (non-portable) miktex it looks like this:


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I found the solution actually. By selecting the Font Style of Times Roman in MikteX by using package mathptmx And by selecting Label style in Mathematica as LabelStyle -> Directive[ FontFamily -> "Times"] worked for me.


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The following command worked for me, under cygwin. I installed pandoc 1.13.2 and MiKTeX 2.9.5105 64-bit. Then I ran: pandoc -s \ --latex-engine='C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin\x64\pdflatex.exe' \ -f markdown_github -t latex \ "my-file.md" -o "my-file.pdf" The key here is that I gave the full path for MiKText's pdflatex.exe in the --latex-engine ...


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You can use the second () optional argument of picture to allow for your negative coordinates, but simpler is just leave a blank line after the picture and put \vspace{5cm} before the caption


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Installing TeXStudio is not the same as installing the LaTeX distribution. They are independent and you need both of them to use LaTeX in TeXStudio.


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Your version of MiKTeX seems to be a little bit outdated. My current version is: pdfTeX, Version 3.14159265-2.6-1.40.15 (MiKTeX 2.9), yours is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.14 (MiKTeX 2.9). Please update your tex distribution. If your MikTeX is well installed the following is working: Open Windows terminal Change to the directory with test ...


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Kurt's suggestion will suffice if you used the default install location. But this is really just a convention: nothing's to stop a 64-bit program from being installed in Program Files (x86) or a 32-bit program from being installed in Program Files, or indeed either of them in any other location. The way to be sure is to start a program (here pdflatex) on ...


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If you compile directly in the command line, you just have to do as Harish Kumar said. If you use an editor like TeXniccenter, TeXstudio or TeXmaker, you will have to add --aux-directory=dir in the compilation chain, which can be found in the program’s options. This is a screenshot of TeXmaker: (It should be the same kind in other editors.) You just ...


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Y'all are great! I'm sorry about not posting how I derive myStuff@filename. Should I re-edit the original question? We're using either MikTeX 2.9 or 2.3 (trying to phase this out) Not using quotes was the problem. \Verbdef from newverbs also works. Here's an example of the bad code: % The following actually writes to 'my.tex' \renewcommand\TestFilename{my ...



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