Having problems with LaTeX. The PDF file isn't being created and I have looked numerous times online. I think the problems lies in the user packages.

Here is the end the log code:

Package pdftex.def Warning: Option `bb' does not make sense,
(pdftex.def)                using `viewport' instead on input line 154.

<use riskcenter2.jpg> [12])
Runaway argument?
\let \AtEndDocument \@firstofone \@enddocumenthook \@checkend {docume\ETC.
! File ended while scanning use of \beamer@collect@@body.
<inserted text> 
<*> Copulas.tex

! Emergency stop.
<*> Copulas.tex

!  ==> Fatal error occurred, no output PDF file produced!
Transcript written on Copulas.log.

and here is the beginning of the document the user packages;

\documentclass[notes=show, Spanish]{beamer}
\DeclareGraphicsExtensions{.pdf,.png,.jpg, .gif} 


If you need me to send the files I can do so.

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    Could you please post a full example, complete with begin document and end document, and also, smallest such document that produces this error (so, start from the beginning, put line by line and stop when this is the error or any equivalent algorithms...) – kan Apr 30 '13 at 10:31
  • There seeems to be a problem with bb as an option. Perhaps you had something like \begin{figure}[bb]? – Mario S. E. Apr 30 '13 at 10:40
  • Please add the offending frame code too. Otherwise we can't see the problem just by looking at the error message. – percusse Apr 30 '13 at 11:00

in your document you have a \includegraphics[bb=...]{...} which makes no sense. You should use


if really needed!


(More of a comment, but I lack the reputation)

You seem to be using some control sequences that do not exist. Use < and > instead, or \textgreater (\textless respectively). (The Comprehensive Latex Symbol List] is a good place to look if you don't know how to obtain certain symbols)

Also, \[ and \] delimit math-mode - you should not use $ $ inside a statement bracketed by \[ and \].

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