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I am learning to use overleaf I started with a template EUSFLAT 2019 on overleaf. The template is available here They have given an image as figure1 some thing like this

\begin{figure}[h]
\begin{center}
\includegraphics[width=60mm,height=40mm]{FuzzySets}
  \caption{\label{figure1}Example of figure title}
\end{center}
\end{figure}

In my browser I do not see any jpeg or png file which has this template in the template folder. I see only following files

BIBeusflat2019.bib  eusflat2019.bst eusflat2019.cls EUSFLAT2019_template.tex

there is no images folder any where. What I want to do is upload the images from my computer to overleaf. so I read the tutorial given here

what I did is I created a new folder called images. Now I have uploaded the image name proxy-architecture.png

so what I am not able to understand is how do I include this image in my paper. What code should I put in my understanding is

in following lines

\begin{figure}[h]
\begin{center}
\includegraphics[width=60mm,height=40mm]{FuzzySets}
  \caption{\label{figure1}Example of figure title}
\end{center}
\end{figure}

there should some where we should be able to put folder name and image name. Where and how do I put that. That is not clear to me.

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The template includes FuzzySets.pdf which is taken as the image here. It is the only file with that basename but had there been multiple, say a .png and a .eps then you can always look in the log.

If you open the log file in the overleaf template that you link to then you will see latex log

</compile/FuzzySets.pdf>

as it includes the image.

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  • thanks I downloaded the Fuzzysets.pdf I was not aware image can be embeeded from pdf also. I did open the log but what I get to see is following imgur.com/gallery/42F5qV5 so in this I think I am doing some mistake in opening the log file. – koeradoera Mar 14 '20 at 14:16
  • @koeradoera that error is unrelated, you have used the same \label twice. – David Carlisle Mar 14 '20 at 14:53

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