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It depends on which package you are using for glossaries creation. In you case, you are most probably using glossaries package. I suggest you use following: % arara: pdflatex % arara: makeglossaries % arara: pdflatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage[acronym]{glossaries} \setacronymstyle{long-short-desc} \newacronym [description={A guy who has fun ...


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You have to use version 1.42 of package acronym or higher for \Ac to work. To check, take a look into the log file. You should find a line there that reads Package: acronym 2019/11/11 v1.42 Support for acronyms (Tobias Oetiker) If you get the error Undefined control sequence. \Ac, it is likely that you will find Package: acronym 2015/03/21 v1.41 Support ...


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Acronym 1.42 adds the \Ac{p,f,fp,fi,l,lp,lu} commands. They work exactly the same way as the \ac commands, but prints the full name, starting with an upper case letter (in case it was defined with a lower case letter). Thanks to Oz Davidi! \Ac{TLA} at the beginning of a sentence instead of \ac{TLA} as normal.


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