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I have a single figure* graphic in a separate file (let's just call this x.tex). This file is shared across several latex documents and is inserted with input for each document.

Unfortunately, when I try to insert this in a Beamer slide document with \input{x}, Beamer chokes and says Environment figure* undefined.

I've tried fooling around with newenvironment but I don't know enough about it to create a new definition for figure*.

What's the simplest way to insert this file in a Beamer document without having to modify the file being inserted?

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Since beamer doesn't define a figure* environment, you should be able to create one yourself:

\newenvironment{figure*}%
{\begin{figure}}
{\end{figure}}

This simply says to create an environment figure* which is identical to the figure environment.

  • Thanks! It was the syntax of newenvironment that I couldn't figure out. – JasonMond Apr 25 '11 at 1:20
  • @Jason It's basically \newenvironment{name}{stuff at the beginning}{stuff at the end}. (Starred macros can't be created the same way, however.) – Alan Munn Apr 25 '11 at 2:08

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