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How to reproduce clash?

  1. Use this template: https://nl.overleaf.com/latex/templates/invoice-template/rpdlzpjmkfmj

  2. Add \usepackage{graphicx} or \usepackage{pdfpages}

  3. Actually now that I test it, nothing happens.

  4. Copy paste the exact same code to my main.tex in my own project, still fails!

This guy had the same problem Using graphicx with invoice results in strange PDF output

Since I'm using overleaf I can't change the source material. It's sad because it's really a full featured invoice package otherwise.

Overleaf errorlog: [https://pastebin.com/FyryKKbm]

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    the problem mentioned in the other question was fixed in the invoice package. Unfortunately overleaf is outdated for years with their tex version. Best thing to do: go to ctan, download the current version of invoice and upload it into your working folder. (and complain to overleaf that they should update their tex distribution) – def Apr 17 at 18:48
  • Yes that would be a hard fix for this problem thank you – Nico Apr 17 at 19:02
  • Ok that did fix my problems and turns out the changes suggested in previous answer were already fixed. For the record grab this invoice package upload all files to folder called invoice except for invoicelabels.sty which I you need to put in root. Now change line \usepackage{invoice} to \usepackage{invoice/invoice} . Done – Nico Apr 17 at 19:31
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The problem was long ago fixed in the invoice package. Unfortunately overleaf is outdated for years with their tex version.

Best thing to do: go to ctan, download the current version of invoice and upload it into your working folder on overleaf (and complain to overleaf that they should update their tex distribution).

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