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Feb
15
comment Renaming section levels?
This is mostly, academic but with the other page you linked to, I can wrap each \input invocation with a \levelup or \leveldown environment to have full control over the section depth of the input files I've already created. This is really marvelous.
Feb
15
revised Renaming section levels?
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Feb
15
accepted Renaming section levels?
Feb
15
answered Renaming section levels?
Feb
15
comment Renaming section levels?
THIS IS PERFECT THANK YOU!
Feb
15
comment Renaming section levels?
There are indeed \subsection-level headings in the file and I had not thought of relative sectioning but will have to keep in mind in the future, though @Werner's solution is exactly what I need!
Feb
15
asked Renaming section levels?
Feb
15
awarded  Yearling
Jan
17
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
28
accepted biblatex: adding entries outside of main .bib file; possibly a 'multiple bibliographies' problem with filecontents package
Dec
28
asked biblatex: adding entries outside of main .bib file; possibly a 'multiple bibliographies' problem with filecontents package
Dec
27
accepted Is there an biblatex equivalent to natbib's citealp command?
Dec
26
revised Is there an biblatex equivalent to natbib's citealp command?
added second question
Dec
26
asked Is there an biblatex equivalent to natbib's citealp command?
Dec
5
revised Beamer or MS Powerpoint/LibreOffice Impress?
wrong name of software corrected
Dec
5
comment Beamer or MS Powerpoint/LibreOffice Impress?
Good to know but seems maybe too low-level for me at this point.
Dec
5
comment Beamer or MS Powerpoint/LibreOffice Impress?
Right, I was looking at TexMaths thinking this makes Impress reasonably competitive. The grid is an appealing feature for many reasons too.
Dec
5
comment Beamer or MS Powerpoint/LibreOffice Impress?
This is indeed useful... even works with .1\textwidth units and so on. I'll have to figure out where the grid lines correspond to.
Dec
5
revised Beamer or MS Powerpoint/LibreOffice Impress?
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Dec
5
comment Beamer or MS Powerpoint/LibreOffice Impress?
Maybe it's the case that shorter (quicker) presentations are better in Powerpoint and longer ones in Beamer (kind of my view on Word vs LaTeX documents also).