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accepted How do I compile standalone files in TeXStudio?
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comment Equation Alignment with Hierarchical Left Alignment
very clever with the =\ &. I haven't seen this. Using it did simplify my code.
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comment Equation Alignment with Hierarchical Left Alignment
This is helpful, but I do actually need the equations numbered. Also, wondering why there's some wonky spacing in the z=c
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answered How do I compile standalone files in TeXStudio?
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comment How do I compile standalone files in TeXStudio?
@cfr: Awesome. Once I searched using the 'master' terminology you mentioned I found this comment on SourceForge. So all I need to do: Select subfile.tex > ALT + O > Select "Define Current Document as 'Master Document'".
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asked How do I compile standalone files in TeXStudio?