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### Automatically create two PDF output files from one tex file [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can one TeX file output to multiple PDF files? Let's say I have a tex file foo.tex. Now, I want to achieve that pdflatex does not only create a file foo.pdf but simultaneously ...
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### Compiling a file with two document classes [duplicate]

Just out of curiosity: Is there a way to compile latex document with two document classes at once? Suppose that I have a paper which start with line: \documentclass[preprint,authoryear,12pt]{...
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### Splitting a big document into several output PDF files [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Keep chapter number of chapters inserted with \include Can one TeX file output to multiple PDF files? My document structure has: 1 file with preface; 12 individual .tex ...
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### split output into multiple files [duplicate]

Is there a way to automatically split the output into different PDF files? The reason is that I want to generate a document "paper.pdf" and a different document "supplementarymaterial.pdf", with ...
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### generate multiple documents [duplicate]

Is it possible to generate multiple documents files from one .tex file? For instance: \begin{document} \input{part1} \input{part2} \end{document} I would like part1 to be generated in part1.pdf and ...
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### Splitting a book by chapter [duplicate]

In the line of this post, I am looking for a way to compile a large document (~400 pages with 10 chapters) into a single pdf file and one additional pdf file per chapter. Currently, I use pdftk to ...
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### It is possible to generate more than one pdf from one source? [duplicate]

I would like to generate some pdf files with a 'for' cycle. The documents have to be very similar, but some variables are different. It is possible to do it with only LaTeX language without external ...
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### How to create individual chapter PDFs from included TeXs?

My document structure has one file with preamble (i.e. MainTex) and around 75 individual .tex files (i.e. Chapter_01, Chapter_02, ..., Chapter_75) representing each chapter. I am using \include ...
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### How to influence the name of the pdf file created with pdfLaTeX (from within the source code)?

I have a source file called 2011-05-27_Myfilename.tex and I'd like to create a PDF file from it called only Myfilename.pdf. Can this be configured from within the .tex file itself? (It seems to be ...
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### How to automatically create 4:3 AND 16:9 versions of my LaTeX Beamer slides?

As someone who often gives talks abroad, I usually do not know beforehand which resolutions the projector supports. Thus, I always create both a 4:3 and a 16:9 version of my slides, using e.g. \...
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### Does LaTeX have to reprocess included files that haven't changed?

I have included several .tex files (they do not contain the header code like documentclass, begin and end document, etc). When I include the file using \include everything works. But if I recompile ...
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### Mail-merging documents from a database

I use the term database loosely here -- it can be an actual database, or a spreadsheet (in any format including CSV) or can be package-dependent. Is there a way to create mail-merged documents ...
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### Output Beamer notes to a separate PDF file?

Is there a simple way to have Beamer output the presentation notes to a separate PDF file whenever compiling the presentation? I know one way is to create two master files, one for the presentation ...