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Feb
24
comment Unable to reference figures
Ah ok, I didn't realise that you couldn't put figures within a multicol part. I will go through and remove them and then hopefully this should resolve my problem, thanks for spending time on this.
Feb
24
comment Unable to reference figures
Done, added to the main body.
Feb
24
comment Unable to reference figures
I've added a sample document which you should be able to use to reproduce the error.
Feb
24
comment Unable to reference figures
Sorry, I should have added that I have done this and it is still an issue.
Oct
18
comment How can I contain the numbering of subsections to a section?
Cool, thanks a lot for your help on this.
Oct
18
comment How can I contain the numbering of subsections to a section?
If I were to use \section{} instead of \section*{Question one} then I would get output like: 1 Question one, which looks kind of weird?
Sep
25
comment How can I make a graphic appear underneath the \subsection it is inserted under?
Nevermind, I needed to include the package caption, all works now, thanks!
Sep
25
comment How can I make a graphic appear underneath the \subsection it is inserted under?
Could you provide a sample? I replaced figure with minipage but it generated several errors in my document. Still getting my head around this LaTeX stuff. Cheers.
Sep
25
comment Prevent the file path of an image appearing above the image when using \begin{figure} \includegraphics{filepath}
Thanks for all the help everybody. Loading the package grffile has sorted the problem!
Sep
25
comment Prevent the file path of an image appearing above the image when using \begin{figure} \includegraphics{filepath}
There are spaces in the file path, I will try your suggestion.
Sep
25
comment Prevent the file path of an image appearing above the image when using \begin{figure} \includegraphics{filepath}
@Joseph: The log itself is quite big, is there a specific part you need from it? Or should I post the whole thing? I have removed the pdftex driver but still get the behaviour.
Sep
25
comment Prevent the file path of an image appearing above the image when using \begin{figure} \includegraphics{filepath}
@Martin: Sorry it is just meant to be an imaginary file path. I will update the question to better reflect this.