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Adding to a pdf file the LaTeX code to generate it [duplicate]

I often make some pdf files (not so long) using LaTeX. I often need to later modify these files and I often can not do this because I lost the tex source file. You will say: "Be more careful!".... ...
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Insert tex code in pdf document as metadata [duplicate]

I am trying to save the LaTeX code needed for generating some document in the document itself as metadata. So far I found the command to set the pdf metadata using the hyperref package but now I am ...
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Embedding a Tex file inside a PDF? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there some way to embed LaTeX source code in a PDF file? Is there any way to tell XeTeX/XeLaTeX (or pdfTeX/pdfLaTeX) to embed a copy of the TeX file inside the PDF (as an ...
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What are the finishing touches you put to a document?

I'm curious about the finishing touches that people put to LaTeX documents. Are there any canonical or special things that people do in finalizing a document? What I do: Careful proofreading of the ...
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Embed link to an embedded file

I am embedding a PDF file inside my LaTeX-generated PDF file using embedfile: \usepackage{embedfile} \embedfile{myfile.pdf} I would like to also insert a link that the user can click on to open the ...
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Is it possible to embed (attach) a file password protected in a PDF?

The situation is the following, for certain short latex files, I embed the source in the PDF it self. That can save me time in an emergency if I need to modify the source of a PDF without having to ...
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How to include (print) Latex source code in generated pdf?

I want to include the source code of my latex generated pdf file in the pdf file itself as printed text. Is there any way to do this?
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Playing movies in Beamer on many platforms

I have seen many message board posts describing hacks at movie playing capability in Beamer on a Linux machine. The main problem with Beamer's native multimedia, and with the extra package movie15, is ...
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Embedding files into a PDF document with dvipdfmx

I use the embedfile package in order to embed the LaTeX source code into the final PDF with the following code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{embedfile} \embedfile{\jobname.tex} \begin{...
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Attach files to PDF with dvipdfmx

The attachfile package allows files to be embedded within the output PDF of a pdfLaTeX document, and the attachfile2 extends this for dvips use as well. In an article, the author of dvipdfmx gives a ...
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Recover TeX file back from compiled PDF [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to convert PDF to (La)TeX? Has anyone written a piece of code that (at least) tries to reconstruct (standard) LaTeX from a compiled PDF file? I mean, identifying indices ...
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Referencing to CD content

I am moving alot of appendix material to an attached CD with my report. I was wondering if there was a right or wrong way to reference to CD content. In this case how can this be accomplished? Would ...
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Are there any ways to embed LaTeX source code from a PDF file [duplicate]

I want to the tex files from PDF files. I have the PDF files that I get in Internet and have a lot of mathematics, so I want to convert PDF files into tex files. I researched in these forum, and ...
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How would I recursively add the document source code to an appendix?

For kicks, I would like to include the source code as an appendix. It's rather superfluous, yes, but it's puzzling. I commonly have documents that are structured thusly: main.tex includes: part_1....
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How use embedfile package with pdflatex to embed entire tree of source files?

What commands with the embedfile package will embed an entire tree of source files into the output from pdfLateX? The sort of tree, in very simplified form, that I have is as follows, where (d) ...

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