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Unlike pdflatex lualatex doesn't trigger the tfm generation from a mf-source if it can't find the tfm (this is not miktex specific: it doesn't do it in texlive either, but there bbold10.tfm exist in the main tree while miktex installs only the mf-sources). So in miktex one has to first call pdflatex which triggers the creation of the tfm and can then use ...

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Imho it is a standalone bug. It quotes the jobname but not the file name. You can try something like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[mode = buildnew]{standalone} \usepackage{pgfplots} \pgfplotsset{compat = newest} \makeatletter \begin{document}% \includestandalone[build={quote={}}]{"test with space/mwefig"}% \end{document} But you can save ...

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Mark "bullet" is not defined in pgfplots. Available markers are listed in subsection 4.7.2 Markers, page 176. If you like to have new marker, than you need to defined it by \pgfdeclareplotmark. Name bullet remind me to symbol \bullet used in math environments. Similar to it is marks *.

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Posting answer from comments. The citation key bibl:sebi_01 had to be set to sebi_01 and pdflatex invoked instead of latex in the order: pdflatex cv bibtex cv pdflatex cv

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You can install the CutePDF printer. That still allows you to set the format to eps in the advanced options. Take care when installing to decline all the unwanted extras (ask toolbar etc) This works with excel plots, but unfortunately word documents (required by the poster) always come out as pdf

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