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The LaTeX build wrapper ltx2any may be a solution. One of its main features is Keeps your main directory clean by default. The basic usage is ltx2any filename.tex and all the auxiliary files will be in a subdirectory. For more options read the linked webpage or run ltx2any --help.


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If your editor is texstudio, you find a solution here: https://sourceforge.net/p/texstudio/wiki/Tips%20and%20Tricks/#using-a-separate-directory-for-auxiliary-files But you can create only one directory for all process-files.


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I'm not so familiar with windows relative path but in UNIX systems you should use: \includegraphics[height=.4\textwidth]{../images/general-scheduling} With images/general-scheduling LaTeX will seek for the images in chapters/image/ so a wrong path.


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A simpler solution would be... \includegraphics{{"../Current folder/1.This file"}.png} (For Windows users,) note that the slashes all need to be forward slashes.


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Here is a different way than specifying the path explictly, \graphicspath sets it stuff locally, so we can do \documentclass[a4paper]{memoir} \usepackage{graphicx} \newenvironment{localgraphicspath}[1]{ \graphicspath{#1} }{} \begin{document} \begin{localgraphicspath}{{A/}} \includegraphics{test} \end{localgraphicspath} ...



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