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I am going to submit a paper on arxiv, but I have a problem in the pdf generated by arxiv. It copies all my figures at the end of the paper. I want to remove those figures and just have them at their proper place.

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    Not sure, but if they ask it like this, they probably have their reasons and they don't want you to change this behavior. Just add "[Figure 4 about here]" texts and you are ok. They will use some method to scale and place the figures that (this method) is supposed to be their problem... – koleygr Mar 31 '18 at 20:13
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    Remove the figure environment and apply the caption package, replace \caption{foo} by \captionof{figure}{foo} -- the figures appear at the position you stated them. – user31729 Apr 1 '18 at 9:14
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Does Arxiv restrict the use of the float package? You can typically force figure placement with

\usepackage{float}

in your preamble and use the H specifier

\begin{figure}[H]

\end{figure}

around your figure.

  • The instructions at Arxiv do not state what package is used. The instructions recommend that figures be included in-line simply using \includegraphics. This may mean, the use of the figure environment and floats is to be avoided. I've upvoted the answer from @ChristianHupfer accordingly. – Jeffrey J Weimer Jul 30 '18 at 13:24

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