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For the ease of reading, any good typesetting software will make use of Ligatures. Means, it merges letters to simplify reading the text: (Source: Wikipedia) Since these composite-characters are not recognized by your text-editor software where you paste it, it (apparently) replaces them by line-breaks. If you're lucky, you might be able to use the ...

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Short answer: No this is not possible Long answer: You might try what @samcarted suggested and just copy and paste everying and add the formatting manually. Alternatively you could mix the old and the new slides/pages together by using pdfpages (not sure whether you're using beamer or article or something else, but the example should translate to other ...

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www.daz3d.com which is freeware (as in beer) may be of help.

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Moving fonts, Windows 10, CS6 In Windows 10, using CS6, I could only find the fonts in Adobe Illustrator when putting the tex fonts into the folder below C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Illustrator CS6 (64 Bit)\Support Files\Required\Fonts In Windows 10, it did not work to paste the tex files into C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\FontsRecommended ...

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As others have already answered, I like to use hyperref. However, as my documents often have \author and \title commands I do not want to repeat myself in the package parameters. Luckily, hyperref also has a parameter for that. If you want it to read the information from your \author and similar tags, simply include it like this: ...

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\clearpage starts a new page and causes all floats (tables, figures, &c.) so far appeared to be placed. Then \if@twoside (tests if you're in a two-sided document; if yes, it proceeds)\ifodd\c@page(tests if current page is odd; if yes, does nothing) \else% \hbox{}% (if no, puts an empty box on the even page) \thispagestyle{empty} % Empty header ...

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Package auxhook provides hooks for writing at the begin of .aux files. The typical usage case is providing command definitions (\providecommand) to disable commands, when the package, that defines the command, is no longer loaded. Therefore package auxhook needs access to the point right after opening the .aux files for writing. The main .aux file is opened ...

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My 2 cents to the question. I had the same problem with a thesis template, but I solved this issue by loading the geometry package (which is required in my document to get a B5 paper size) after the pdfx package and I had to do it in the template class. It may be useful to load a color profile (e.g. FOGRA39) in the metadata. See the pdfx manual for details. ...

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In a comment to Roelof Spijker's answer Martin Scharrer requested the use of the afterpage package to rotate the following pages back again: \documentclass[twoside]{report} \usepackage{afterpage} \begin{document} text \makeatletter% \if@twoside% \cleardoublepage% \global\pdfpageattr\expandafter{\the\pdfpageattr/Rotate 90}% ...

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Ok, I've solved the problem with ¿ and ¡ using LuateX and fonts as Mathpazo and Helvet. The solution is very easy: For ¿ symbol: \textquestiondown For ¡ symbol: \textexclamdown And that's all

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ÔÑã and ÔÇå are Unicode code points, viewed in mac roman encoding: ÔÑã: 0xEF, 0x84, 0x8B -> U+F10B ÔÇå: 0xEF, 0x82, 0x8C -> U+F08C The Unicode block is the private area. Font Awesome uses this area for its symbols: U+F10B: \faMobile or \faicon{mobile} U+F08C: \faLinkedinSquare or \faicon{linkedin-square} \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontawesome} ...

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I am using gswin32 only make a pdf after change the format to ps: "C:\Program Files (x86)\gs\gs9.09\bin\gswin32.exe" -sDEVICE=ps2write -r9000 -dNOPAUSE -sOutputFile=OUTPUT.ps input_insecure.pdf Now translate to pdf with secure mode 4 (only read and print): "C:\Program Files (x86)\gs\gs9.09\bin\gswin32.exe" -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -r9000 -dNOPAUSE ...

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