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The files loaded by TeX to use a LaTeX document class such as beamer are text files: there are no binaries involved. If you know the name of the file TeX is loading you can find it using kpsewhich. For example, the main beamer class file is called beamer.cls, and kpsewhich beamer.cls at the Command Line/Terminal will find it. On my system it gives ...


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It's texmf\source\beamer-src.tar.bz2, where texmf has to be replaced with the main root of your installation — usually C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9 for a 64 bit installation, or C:\Program Files (x86)\MiKTeX 2.9 for a 32 bit installation. Generally speaking (almost) all sources are installed in Main Root\source. The exact location can be checked, for a ...


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The manual (pdf) of texshade states on page 13 that a ! TeX capacity exceeded error might orccur. It also gives instructions on how to increasse the capacity. The only difference to your error is that it does not talk about save size, but about main memory size or stack size. The principle of increasing the capacity should also work here. Instructions for ...


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Install only the basic version of MikTeX 2.9. Then it will install on the fly only the needed packages.


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It's more a hack than a fix, but if you only want to get rid of the LuaTeX version warning and maybe wait for an official update from MikTex, you can edit the file MiKTeX\tex\luatex\luaotfload\luaotfload-main.lua and comment the warning out: --[[ starts a comment block, --]] closes it. if tex.luatexversion < min_luatex_version then --[[ warning ...


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The \citet command is not available by default in LaTeX, you need to load a bibliography package that defines it. In LyX, go to Document --> Settings --> Bibliography and set Natbib as Citation style. This loads the natbib package, where \citet and \citep are defined.


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Two ways: 1) Launch MiKTeX Package Manager from the Start menu, select the package you want to install and right-click on it to ask installation: 2) Launch MiKTeX Options and in the General tab, select Askme first or Yes for Install packages on the fly. Thus when a package is not installed, compilation will be interrupted to propose you to install the ...


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You can use the command line version of the package manager with the --import-all switch. See http://docs.miktex.org/2.9/manual/mpm.html Something like this: mpm --repository=<path-to-miktex-2.8> --import-all If your miktex 2.8. was a multiuser installation it could be that your packages are in part in the USERINSTALL tree. I don't know if you ...


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I had success at opening your document with Word 2010. First of all, I converted document to odt format. Because you don't have mk4ht command available, you need to use following htlatex call: htlatex test.tex "xhtml,ooffice" "ooffice/! -cmozhtf" "-cooxtpipes -coo" all these parameters are necessary, they are used in postprocessing of the xml file with ...


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No need of re-installing anything. Go to Options → Execution Modes. In the window that opens correct the paths in TeX System, Ghostscript (if you want), and PATH tabs. Finally you may check your system using Diagnosis tab in the same window.


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TeX4ht does work under MiKTeX 2.9 for Windows 7, although equations are often converted into bitmap pictures rather than MathML, unless the option "html,mathml" is used with the htlatex command. Here's what I did: Installed MiKTeX 2.9 with both miktex-tex4ht-bin-2.9 and miktex-tex4ht-base-2.9 installed with the package manager in administrator mode, on ...


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Making sure the current path is that of the file test.tex to convert, use "C:\Program Files (x86)\MiKTeX 2.9\scripts\tex4ht\htlatex" test.tex "html,mathml" instead, as explained in TeX4ht (htlatex) on MiKTeX 2.9 to convert LaTeX into MathML, and then into Office MathML with Word 2010 and MiKTeX 2.9's tex4ht not working. Alternatively, try htlatex ...


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I experienced the same problem when I switched the render method to 'Dvips' (for psfrag command). The problem went away after I switch back to 'pk' in Dvi->View->Render method


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The problem has been solved by using \usepackage[miktex]{gnuplottex} and by deactivating the Use a "build" subdirectory for output files option by Texmaker



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