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I'm having problems with PDF preview

I just started using TeXworks, and for some reason, I'm having problems with PDF preview. For example, when I type, \documentclass[12 pt, a4paper]{article} \begin{document} \section{} \section{} ...
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Mathscr fonts from the mathrsfs package not showing up in PDF [closed]

Long time lurker, first time poster: I am having trouble getting mathscr to work properly. In the past, I have always created PDFs by LaTeX->DVI->PDF, and when I do this, the package has always worked ...
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tasks package: items are in two line with 4 columns and 4 items

I write some choice questions into beamer frame, after some research, here is my code: \documentclass[aspectratio=169]{beamer} \usetheme{Berkeley} \usepackage{tasks,CJK} \begin{document} \begin{CJK*}{...
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Latex easy downloads [duplicate]

Can anyone help me find a suitable latex software that already includes an editor. I tried downloading MikeTex but it tells me to download an editor which I am not familiar with. I am not a hardcore ...
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Converting LaTeX to Word? [duplicate]

I am new to LaTeX and was wondering whether anyone knew how to apply the conversion. I've attached the following code as a reference: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[margin=1in]{geometry} ...
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Is there an online, guest-friendly, and sharable latex editor? (an equivalent to Jsfiddle for web development) [duplicate]

I am looking for a Tex equivalent to Jsfiddle, which is for HTML, CSS, and Java. Here, you put the code, and run, getting the output in screen. More importantly, you can share it with a self generated ...
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Biblatex and Beamer and IEEE problems [duplicate]

I am not entirely sure if this is unique to the beamer class, but I am running into a plethora of errors with a variety of biblatex commands when I use the ieee style (I am relatively sure that it's a ...
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LaTeX on the go [duplicate]

I resently started to like Google docs. The ability to write every I am, anytime I want. Especially mobile, with a tablet. Because the best Ideas don't care what you are doing, they just pop in your ...
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Latex editor and online sharing [duplicate]

Are there some Latex editors that allow the online sharing? I mean an editor that when a shared file is opened by two users (for example using dropbox), each person can see on time what the other ...
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Integrating equation into Google Docs [closed]

I'm just wondering whether or not it is possible to have LaTeX equations inside my Google doc? At the moment, I'm including images of the equation which isn't really the desired method I would like to ...
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Handwritten math formula recognition to LaTeX [closed]

I am looking for a way to integrate handwritten math formula recognition (to LaTex) in my app. A good example of this can be seen here http://webdemo.visionobjects.com/equation.html?locale=default ...
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Tex editor online [duplicate]

Sometimes One does not wish to post a problem/solution directly as a ques/ans at stackexchange sites, but posts indirectly (share the link, and that link contains the ques/ans in math(latex ) format). ...
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Is there an equivalent of jsfiddle for LaTeX? [duplicate]

Given that it's very useful to generate minimal reproducible examples when asking for help, it seems like a online LaTeX sandbox would be beneficial. For those unaware, jsfiddle and similar sites ...
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Automatic online compiling system [duplicate]

I've heard of a automatic compiling system for LaTeX which works as follows: I simply upload a .tex code to a website and this system automatically compiles it into .pdf. How to find it?
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A resource for converting LaTeX within the browser [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Compiling documents online Does anyone know of a resource that converts LaTeX within the browser? Not using something I have to install like mathjax but something contained ...

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