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comment How can I add 1 line of source code (source code snippet) in a LaTeX document?
Don't leave blank lines around the center environment.
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comment troubles with moderncv after Miktex update
Try to change \renewcommand to \newcommand.
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comment Create a new command that makes a footnote
@Sverre, please, see it now.
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comment Create a new command that makes a footnote
Ow, sorry, I swapped what you want. I put the symbol in the wrong place. Edited. You can change the symbol, if you wish.
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answered Create a new command that makes a footnote
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comment Create a new command that makes a footnote
This could help you to create a footnote without numbers: tex.stackexchange.com/a/127258/14757
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comment Create a new command that makes a footnote
So you want to insert some symbol as superscript and also the text as a footnote? What is the problem with \footnote{\@mythanks}?
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comment Create a new command that makes a footnote
\textsuperscript{} is what you want?
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comment Separate references of appendix from the references of the rest writing
It will depend how you are inserting the references. You can use thebibliography many times. I think that what you want is multiple references.
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comment Separate references of appendix from the references of the rest writing
It is not clear what you mean with separated from the main body. Try to add a minimal example. Do you want to start a new page (\newpage) before the references?
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comment Separate references of appendix from the references of the rest writing
Are you using \appendix before the appendixes?
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comment Force first page to be marked as right page in PDF
Try \includepdf[pages=1-22,openright=true]{doc1}.
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comment Writing the entire document as a command
Below there are many solutions showing disadvantages. By the other hand, I don't see any advantage in what you want to do.
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comment Bibliography with multibib problem
F10 is to make Index (that one at the end of books). You have to run Bibliography (bibtex). I think that it is F11 or F12. You can find it at the Commands menu.
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comment TeXstudio and TikZ
@clemens, thanks.