Since I had problems \include-ing some .tex to my project I tried using the pdfpages package and the \includepdf command, but the pages are included displaced and I don't understand the pdfpages documentation (how to use the delta or what logical pages are). My code is simple:


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    Could you include an image of the displacement? Tell us a little more about the source and target documents. Does file1 have the same layout as file2, file3, and file4? And how do these relate to the source that you're putting them in? – Werner May 24 '13 at 18:05
  • How can I show you an image? I have a pdf page of the full document but I don't know how to show it. The files have the same layout and they are jobs for a magazine (the main document). – Agustin May 24 '13 at 19:08
  • What are the options you pass to the pdfpages package in your document preamble? Using no options (that is, just \usepackage{pdfpages}) and your \includepdf statements above inserts them as-is within the document without any offset. – Werner May 24 '13 at 19:20
  • I found the offset its wrong. Is there a way to tell the command to center the page? – Agustin May 24 '13 at 19:53
  • You can adjust the offset of pages using the offset key-value. See p 3 of the pdfpages documentation. However, the default is offset=0 0, so I don't understand why there is an incorrect offset in the first place. Without knowing more, it's not possible to help you. – Werner May 24 '13 at 20:06

I found the problem: I was changing page layout with \voffset,\hoffset, \headheight, etc and, apparently, pdfpages don't likes that (ridiculous, Isn't it?). Wuth \voffset = 0cm and \hoffset = 0cm it works fine.

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