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{include} is about the \include command which makes LaTeX process the content of a given file, add page breaks before and after and open a new auxiliary file for the given file.

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problem compiling the " \include" in apa7

Can somebody help me with my code. Everything was working perfectly until 4 days ago; it does not run anymore. I present a troubleshooting about \include . here my code: \documentclass[table,a4paper,...
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How to include a preamble file in a main file

I have a main01.tex file for a training course with a pretty big pre-amble. I have a main02.tex file for another training course with the same pretty big pre-amble. I have a main03.tex file for yet ...
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TeXstudio: create chapters in subfolders and figurtes in subsubfolders

I'd like to setup my document as such: /folder/main.tex %includes the preamble info /folder/chapter1/CH1.tex /folder/chapter1/Figures/<all_Ch1pictures.png> /folder/chapter2/CH2.tex /folder/...
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`\settocdepth` followed by `\include` incorrect order in ToC file

I can use \settocdepth to change the depth of the ToC min-document. This works as expected in the MWE below when I comment out the \include statement. However, when the \settocdepth command is ...
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How to include result values in a LaTeX document?

We are often in the following situation: a lengthy (data analysis) computation spits out a bunch of result values. Imagine a Python or script or an R script doing some resource intensive calculations. ...
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Problem with command `\includeonly` on Overleaf: `.aux` files are deleted automatically after some time

I am writing a paper on Overleaf (free version) that is starting to be a little long, so to optimize the compilation time I decided to put each section in a separate .tex file, and use the command \...
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\today not showing other than "0"

Good evening, I cant figure out how to get the proper date on my first page, and I've already done it without \maketitle in the past without problems. Big document, so nested: root: -> title -...
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How to fix page numbering and page references in the table of contents?

Hey in my table of contents appendixes display incorrectly The chapter "List of tables" is actually on page 40, but "Appendix A" (In the picture named as "Dodatek A", &...
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\addcontentsline misplaced in ToC when followed by \include

I seem to have hit a bug in LaTeX concerning the table of contents. Apparently, if a \addcontentsline is followed by an \include, all the headers in the included file are printed in the table of ...
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\Include working on mac, but not on windows

I am working on a big LaTeX document (thesis), that's broken down into multiple .tex files, and I thus have only a thesismain.tex file to compile that uses \include. On a MacBook, compilation goes ...
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Beamer: Show frame if it is defined

When constructing larger presentations with beamer, I often split them into several files on which I work individually. For the sake of an MWE, it might look something like this: \documentclass{...
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\includeonly{} not Working with Precompiled Preamble

Summary of issue I followed the guide linked in this answer, and it works perfectly for me. However, I find that if I use a precompiled preamble, and then specify \includeonly{}, the full document is ...
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Compiling one file

We are collaborating on a project, each member is responsible for a topic. The file structure is like this. Aiac-paper is the main file, and I added every file with \include{...}. My question is, is ...
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Are header guards necessary for LaTeX packages? If so, how to implement one?

A header guard is used in some programming languages to avoid repeatedly importing the same file. Here's one example of this scenario in LaTeX: Let's say we have header1.sty, header2.sty and main.tex ...
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Citations do not show correctly in the \include{} text

I am writing my thesis, and I use \include{} command so I could write each chapter separately and then combine them in the main document to have a more clear structure. However, I find that the ...
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Getting LaTeX to ignore a number in \include

I am writing a book (using Memoir class in LaTeX if it matters). One of the chapters is titled RT_June_13 when I put \include{RT_June_13} in my main file, and then PDF it (using WinEdt, if it ...
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chapterbib with subfiles for sections

I'm using chapterbib for a long document and the creation of bibliographies for each chapter works fine. Each chapter is in its own file that gets included. Is there any option to split the chapter ...
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Overleaf 'forgets' user defined commands in different tex files [closed]

I am working on my master thesis and thus have a lot of different tex files which get included in main.tex (using \include{}). However I now face the problem that all commands I define in the preamble ...
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Testing the appartenance to a list

I want to have a command \myInclude{} doing the following thing: \myInclude{} does nothing (if the argument if empty) \myInclude{file.tex} includes the file named file.tex if it has not been ...
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\include{Glossary} does not work [duplicate]

I am writing the final version of my PhD thesis. Everything works fine except that the Glossary external file I created is completely ignored by the program. I am using Texstudio to compile it. The ...
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Can't build an included file, using texstudio [closed]

I'm doing my thesis in LaTeX, and have multiple chapters, separated in different .tex files and included in the main.tex using \include{}, which worked normally, and I can build it, without returning ...
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Please suggest which method is correct to proceed

I'm using the following tags to generate a project: \documentclass{book} \begin{document} \frontmatter \include{fm} \mainmatter \include{ch01} ... \include{ch10} \backmatter \bibliographystyle{...} \...
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Reference an entire environment with its content

I have big-book.tex containing many exercises in \begin{problem} environments, and I want to make a homework.tex for students selecting only a few of them. Here are some methods I can think of: Copy-...
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problem with \cite{} in multipart article with separate bibliographies for each \include{} file

I've got a little problem with the consistency of \cite{} across multiple \include{} files, where each such file gets its own bibliography. Just to be clear: I'm not using natbib. Each \include{} file ...
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how to reduce vertical space before parts and increase chapter size in table of contents

currently writing a Geometry textbook and the start of the table of contents looks like this: With this code, using the tocloft package for my TOC: Edit: Here is what the beginning of each chapter ...
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Import a table and figure from another tex file

Is it possible to include the whole content of the table and figure in another tex file? Let's say we have A.tex \documentclass{article} \begin{document} write something here. \begin{table}[tbp] ...
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What is the correct way to import files within subfiles?

The subfiles docs explains that it handles path issues when main files and subfiles are in different directories and subfiles contain paths relative to their own directories using the \import package. ...
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How do (relative) paths work with the subfile package?

I am trying to understand how (relative) paths need to be used with the subfiles package. In particular, it's not clear how content that I usually would include with \include, \input, \includegraphics,...
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Is there a way to `\includeonly` when the memoir document is monolithic?

When writing a memoir document it's easy to focus on just one chapter by using \includeonly. \documentclass{memoir} \title{title} \author{author} \includeonly{chap-3} \begin{document} \include{chap-0}...
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Make a list of labels from other included chapters

I try to automatically generate a list of relevant \label in the form of hyperrefs. I almost managed to do what I want, using a solution proposed in this topic: List of all labels with hyperlinks Here ...
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Why does \WithSuffix\providecommand overwrite command already defined by instance of thmtools's restatable environment?

Consider the output of this MWE: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage{thmtools} \usepackage{suffix} \declaretheorem[numberwithin=chapter, style=plain,name=Theorem,refname={theorem,...
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TeXstudio problem compiling

I am writing a long document (thesis). I have a main.tex file, and several individual files, for each thesis' chapter. These files are included in the main file using the \include command. I had ...
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\input function doesn't work: trying to include contents of external text file

I want to include the contents of an external text file into my LaTeX document. I've tried \input{./message}, but all I get is an error containing the very last line of the text file: (./message.txt ! ...
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How to define path for use with /input, such that TeXStudio can detect the location of the file using global command

Background I am writing a large document (main.tex) with several chapters (Introduction.tex, LiteratureReview.tex, etc). I use TeXStudio to compile the document. Each chapter is included using /input (...
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Avoid page break between section title and included subsections [duplicate]

When I apply the following code, I have a page break between the \section{*} and the \include{chapters/*.tex} (the chapters are composed of subsection). I would like to have no page break between the ...
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Import Information into Several Documents from a Master Document

Context: I'm a university lecturer and therefore facing the same tasks whenever I prepare for a new semester. One of them is creating course material with LaTeX which includes a syllabus, slides for ...
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Export parts of tex file separately

I'm writing a longer document and need this version, where everything is put together, and a few parts of the file in seperate pdfs. For example it might be that I need subsection 1.2 as a standalone ...
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RequirePackage and usepretex from latexmk change output file to texput.tex

I want to compile a larger file completly based on a toggle (my@final) from the commandline using a makefile. My .tex-file looks like: \documentclass{scrbook} \begin{filecontents}[overwrite]{01.tex} ...
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How to put everything in front of \begin{document} in a separate file?

So as I am doing a lot of similar documents I tend to always use the same preamble for all of my documents. But as I sometimes add new commands, it gets a little iffy to always remember which document ...
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Can I \include sub-documents that employ gregorio?

I'd like to better manage a large latex document that incorporates many gregorio scores, by breaking it down into a main tex document and a number of sub-documents, incorporated into main with \...
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Avoid New Page before and after include

I'd like to have some chapters on the same page without page breaks. Here you are my code: \documentclass[twoside]{report} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{biblatex} \begin{document} \...
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How to introduce another tex file with its own preambles into a main tex file

My coauthor and I have a tex file for the paper (main.tex), and another tex file for tables and figures (tables_and_figures.tex). Previously, we would compile main.tex, and then compile ...
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Insert PDF form with values

I would like to include a filled PDF form in my document. My current workflow is as follows: Fill the form using Adobe Acrobat Print to PDF (to make the editing functionality go away and "bake&...
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Add caption to figure in multicolumn

I need to add a caption to three images placed as follow: I did it by adding the caption command as you can see in the following snippet, but it doesn't work: \begin{figure*}[ht] \begin{center} $\...
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`No counter 'blx@maxsegment@<number>` error with `\includeonly`

A book manuscript that I used to compile successfully, first with all chapters, and then with only a few, using \includeonly, while retaining the .aux files from the full compilation, now results in ...
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\include tex file does not allow me to add anything else afterwards [duplicate]

I am trying to include two tex files at the end of my report. The first file is included as usual but anything I write after that does not appear. This is my code: \section{Code for Question 1} \...
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undefined control sequence in an included file

I am using TeXstudio to handle a long document organized around a main document and a series of included chapters that are separate .tex files (of course the chapter files begin with \chapter and do ...
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alternating page numbers in scrbook

I just realized that my document, written with scrbook does not have the page numbers on every page, and the behaviour looks very strange to me: My document is mainly made of chapters includes with ...
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Including output from a read-eval-print-loop [duplicate]

I would like to include output from a read-eval-print-loop of a programming system. In my case, this would be the Poly/ML Standard ML compiler, but I guess there is a general solution for this, be it ...
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lstlisting: do not tread include-file as a keyword

I am writing some C++ listings. I would prefer some more keyword highlighting (for cout, cerr, endl, ifstream, string, etc.). However, when I define string as a keyword, also the #include directive ...
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