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Including articles in a thesis document

I am trying to figure out to compile an article based thesis in LaTeX and am struggling to find a neat way to include the articles in their original journal format. All the articles were compiled in ...
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newpax and pdfpages: include bookmarks of subdocuments in maindocument

Using the pdfpages package we can include whole PDF documents in our new maindocument. I will call the documents to be included "sub-pdfs" and the new maindocument "archive-document&...
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subfiles — compile \printindex separately

subfiles is designed to both work as \input, but also allow to compile a subfile individually in order to save compile time. I have a big multi-file project and I want to test my index style while ...
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How to get the ToC of a beamer presentation in a separated A4 pdf?

I'm working on a long beamer presentation for a lecture. I would like to create a table of contents for the whole presentation, listing sections, chapters and also the title of each frame, in a ...
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Tables in article do not fit when moving to report (documentclass)

I would like to know if there is an alternative solution to the package \usepackage{pdfpages}. I have three papers written in \documentclass{article}. When I compile each paper individually, there is ...
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Compile glossary files individually for testing

Is there a setup that allows importing glossary definitions from another file, while at the same time being able to compile this file in a standalone manner (for testing purposes)? acronyms.tex \...
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File of packages in overleaf

I was wondering if there is a way in overleaf, to create a sort of file in wich you put all the packages you're going to use in your project, and then you would just "import" it in your main ...
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ConTeXt: Simple project structure does not open component file

I have a very simple ConTeXt project structure as shown, based off of the 2013 manual: /main.tex \startproject main \environment layout \product handbook \stopproject /layout.tex \startenvironment ...
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Batch recompiling a file under different names [duplicate]

I've written a LuaLaTeX document that, when compiled, automatically generates a list of questions with answers for an upper-secondary class in quadratic equations. The details are messy, but the ...
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Overleaf project with 2 tex files generating 2 PDF files [duplicate]

I have an Overleaf project with two tex files like below: main.tex \documentclass[anonymous]{} ... \begin{document} \maketitle ... \end{document} review.tex \documentclass[anonymous]{} ... \begin{...
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Having a file outside of the latex project update whenever I recompile the latex project

So right now I have a bunch folders for all the work I do in Latex organized by subject matter. Each one of these consists of the various latex projects I have for each subject. The folder that holds ...
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AUCTeX Multifile Document with csquotes undetected

I am using AUCTeX 13.2.1 in emacs 28.1 and I have a multifile document setup where my master file is called these.tex and an included file is called chapter_01.tex in a subdirectory. In the preamble ...
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Compiling multiple files leading to secondary articles in the Appendix

I am consolidating three articles into my thesis using Overleaf and I used this link given on the Overleaf website as a base framework. I have included the additional preamble I added but I keep ...
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Editing multiple text files in Overleaf

I'm working on a class file in Overleaf, and would like to be able to have the editing tab for the class file and the main file open at the same time, rather than needing to repeatedly switch between ...
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Cross Referencing with the xr Package in Overleaf (and custom Section Names)

I followed the Overleaf guide to cross-referencing between different LaTeX documents. This works really well - if I use \cref{eqn:supplement-equation1} in my main.tex document, it will correctly ...
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How to produce two documents with one tex file?

I have given (it is already typeseted) two very similar projects: A catalog with exercises and solutions and a catalog with only short solutions for the exercises. Because of the use of the package ...
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AUCTeX does not autocomplete environment commands of packages loaded in TeX-master

I am encountering a similar problem to this very old question, in that AUCTeX is not autocompleting commands outside the TeX-master file. I have the following files: main.tex: % arara: pdflatex % ...
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make4ht multiple files hyperref issues with labels at the top of the file

The following compiles with make4ht but htlatex throws some errors. I'm trying to use make4ht to handle multiple files and link between them using xr-hyper and hyperref. In some cases I want to link ...
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make4ht xr-hyper and hyperref unable to compile

Similar to xr-hyper and cleveref unable to compile with make4ht, the following example compiles with pdflatex but fails to compile with make4ht main.tex: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} ...
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xr-hyper and cleveref unable to compile with make4ht

I'm trying to use cleveref to cross reference between documents and compile them with make4ht. The following example compiles with pdflatex but not with make4ht or htlatex. main.tex: \documentclass{...
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How to show splitted chapter files with continuous page numbers? [closed]

I created separate Tex files for each chapter. I see each one with page numbers starting from 1 to the end of the chapter. How can I create a start page to list all chapters and display a continuous ...
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Combine multiple articles in a two-column format with title above the columns

I am using Overleaf and trying to set an environment for a two-column text layout. I want the title as well as the names of the authors to be right above the two columns. I got it working fine for the ...
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Referring to line numbers and citations in another document [duplicate]

In revisions to a manuscript, we need to make references to where some text has been added in the main document (manuscript.tex), in our response document (response.tex). As can be expected in ...
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Read and process file content line by line with expl3

In a multi-file project organized as: mainfile.tex subfile1/subfile1.tex subfile2/subfile2.tex ... in order to make every subfile compilable on its own and make possible of referencing between ...
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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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Umlaut in the name of the file containing the preamble

Using \input{filename} for a file in a subdir works fine even including the whole preamble, but when the targeted file has an Umlaut in its name, I get an Emergency stop with a Missing \begin{document}...
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Unable to combine multiple documents into a single LaTex document

Even the most trivial example fails. Here's the main file, test.tex: \documentclass[10pt]{combine} \usepackage{combinet} \begin{document} \pagestyle{combine} \clearpage \begin{papers} \import{a1} \...
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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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How to find the locations of your labels, especially multiple defined ones in Overleaf or Latex in general?

Working on my theses, I get the Label multiply defined warning. This can happen and is no big issue, however right now my thesis is rather long and divided into several subfiles. I can't find the ...
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Is it possible to create a hyperlink to a page that doesn't exist in the current document?

Is it possible to create a hyperlink to a page that doesn't exist in the current document? The reason for asking, is that I have many documents on Overleaf, which are split in order to increase ...
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Inserting an abstract in a main document

Im doing a paper where I have the main.tex with the content of the entire paper and I want to insert another .tex with my abstract within the main.tex. The abstract has its own .cls with code for the ...
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Adding a CV document to an Article document in Overleaf

I'm writing an article in Overleaf using \documentclass[12pt]{article} I have several sections in this document. I'd like to add a CV under one of these sections. Any idea how I could do this? Thanks ...
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For my usecase, should I use \input, \import or \include command, subfile package or standalone package

I am writing a manual. The manual has a bunch of versions intended for different audience. Let's say I am writing files A,B1,B2,B3,C1,C2,C3, where B1,B2,B3&C1,C2,C3 are different versions of the ...
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How can I automate file inclusion using arguments?

I am working on a collection of books that uses content from other files. I want to have each reference in a file to avoid redundant content and to make it easier to review and correct the content. ...
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How do I merge different .sty files?

I have multiple small .sty files like 'layout.sty' or 'table.sty' and I want to create one 'main.sty' file that summarizes everything. Optionally I would like to have the ability of passing down ...
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Numbering restarts within document with multiple files

I am working on a document with multiple files for my thesis. With each file the page and footnotes numbering restarts from 1. Is there a way to make the numbering of pages and citation continue over ...
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Resuming figure and table counters from other Rtex file

I am currently working on a project in overleaf which is currently divided into three documents: a main text document a supplementary Figures and Tables document a supplementary text document. The ...
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tikz figure from file

Lets say i have a tikz figure in a file called tik_fig1.tex and tik_fig2.tex with \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} Is it then possible to add these to a main.tex with \documentclass{article} by ...
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Limiting the scope of a bibliography to an inputted file

I am in a bit of a pickle. I am compiling a big file with several contributions (over 100-200) by different people. For reasons I won't get into, I am constrained to the following: The different ...
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Combine .tex file with .aux files to produce a single self-contained .tex file

I have submitted a paper to PLoS Computational Biology and it has been accepted. The paper has three supporting text pieces, which PLOSCB requires to be separate files. So, I split my paper into four ...
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Index for a multi-volume book

I want to create an index for a multi-volume book. I tried this one: How to produce a combined index from multiple documents? There are some first results, but the sorting is wrong. Here is a short ...
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Is there an equivalent of the python 'if name == __main__.py' command in latex?

I'm busy working on a multi-document latex file. I use \include to import my different chapters into my main file, and I've defined my preamble in a separate .sty file, that I import into my main file ...
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Add a tagging system to LaTeX files when compiling several at a time

Is there a way to add a tag to a LaTeX document? Something that allows one to omit it from mass compilation? Say I have three .tex files, formulas, math-notes, and artwork. Would there be a way to tag ...
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How to get rid of unwanted line - multiple table of contents in "report" class using titletoc package

I'm writing my thesis, and have stumbled upon a problem, I don't know how to fix. I want two tables of contents - one for the actual thesis and one just before the appendix. As the headline says, I'm ...
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What do you guys do with all the files what are automatically exported with .tex?

Following these posts: Egad! What are all those files?, File extensions related to LaTeX, etc etc. I would like to know whether I am supposed to keep these or delete them, and also is there a way to ...
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Achieve pdfpages's \includepdf with standalone package

I would like to have the following dependency: main.tex |-- part.tex Where each file has its own preamble, part.tex is included as if their pdfs are inserted in main.pdf. I can easily achieve this ...
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How to use \processifversion in Latex

I am using the \processifversion{tag} to create various versions of report. I have two questions on how to use this command or its equivalent \begin{tag} ... \end{tag}: In a table, I wanted to pick up ...
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What are the basic LaTeX tools at CTAN for managing hyperlinks between two LaTeX PDF files?

My interest is to learn about available tools, including success stories. Admittedly, some tools at CTAN are maintained and others not. Not requested is a solution to the problem outlined below. The ...
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How do I set the appendix counter in a new book document?

I have a multi-volume work, and the several appendices are distributed across each volume. For example, Appendices A through D are at the end of Volume 1 as they relate to the subject matter therein, ...
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Compiling with latexmk; prompted to "Please type another output file name"

I'm currently trying to get my thesis to compile with latexmk. I am running WSL (Ubuntu 18.04) on a Windows 10 Machine. My file structure is as follows: +-- build/ +-- src/ | +-- 01_intro.tex | +...
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