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Producing multiple PDFs with different package options called

I write my worksheets with a package \usepackage{handout}. The package has a few options [solutions], [teachingnotes], [nospace]. I was wondering if there is a way to set up my compiler to produce ...
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Passing arguments to latex file

I have a pgfplots main.tex file which plots a graph from an input file. I would like to run it on 100 input files and automate creating 100 PDF pictures. How can I do that? The files are named as ...
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Splitting a bibliography-driven Latex document into per-page Open Document ODT files?

I have already seen Can one TeX file output to multiple PDF files?, and I'm aware this is likely to require "external" scripting - but I just wanted to see if anyone has a straightforward approach. ...
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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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Create two documents from one texclipse project

We have one main LaTeX project in texclipse for our Help Documentation and that works great. However we have a folder and tex file on installation instructions of our software which we would like to ...
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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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Compile LaTeX file to produce main document and references as separate files using BibLaTeX/Biber

I am using the BibLaTeX package, with the Biber backend for producing a proposal for a grant. However this grant agency (like a few others) requires a separate file for the main proposal and the ...
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Is it possible to generate two PDF files from a single run?

The letter class makes it possible to generate two letters from a single run. \documentclass[11pt]{letter} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \name{John Doe} \signature{John Doe} \begin{letter}{...
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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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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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Write part of output to a separate .pdf?

Is there a way to cause the pdf output from the \crtlistoflabels below to be written to a .pdf file separate from the main content? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage{thmtools} \...
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Typesetting with different values of a boolean [duplicate]

In my document I have defined a few booleans (like etu in order to hide some parts of the document for the students, or mono which activates the monochrome option of xcolor). My aim is now to provide ...
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Display error messages in TeXstudio (--shell-escape)

In order to get three output files at the same time (by one compilation) I added the option --shell-escape and \ifx\conditionmacro\undefined \immediate\write18{% pdflatex --jobname="\jobname" ...

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