Can be solved by proper setting in TeXnicCenter:
Go to menu: "Build"-> "Define Output Profiles."
choose profile "LateX to PDF".
Switch to "Viewer" tab
"Executable path" should be something like (check, where have you installed Adobe Reader):
C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat Reader DC\Reader\AcroRd32.exe
Parameters: "Command", "...
Follow all the steps mentioned in the TeXnicCenter + Sumatra Tutorial, but keep in mind these few things:
In the (La)TeX tab / (La)TeX compiler section / Command line arguments to pass to the compiler bar, you should write: -synctex=-1 -interaction=nonstopmode "%Wm"
In the Viewer tab / Executable path section, what should be written is: "C:\Program Files\...
With the (silent) April 2017 update to Acrobat Reader DC to version 2017.009.20044, the parameters in Jiří's answer don't work anymore. TeXnicCenter just stops responding when trying to view the output with F5.
To solve the problem, simply replace the server parameter from acroviewR15 to acroviewR17 like below.
The dialog can be accessed with Alt + F7. ...
Without any hope of success ;-) You can try the following steps.
Edit the map configuration file updmap.cfg. In a Command
Prompt window, run:
initexmf --edit-config-file updmap
You'll want to edit this in a text editor such as Notepad. If the
file or any of the leading directories do not exist, create them.
Add this one line to updmap.cfg and save it:
Are you using MikTeX as User or as administrator? To be safe change to adminstrator, check wheather your file numcompress.sty is really in the directory C:\Program Files (x86)\MikTex 2.9\tex\latex\elsarticle. Now start MiKTeX 2.9 over Windows start -> all programms. Choose Maintenance (Admin), then Settings (admin) (Admin is important!). Now choose General ...
As we found out on golatex.de the problem is quite similar to the one in this question and this question.
biber was complaining:
data source C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Temp\par-416e6a61\cache-46f2da95c5284272f49f4e60b997c7e3f24afb19\recode_data.xml not found in .
Compilation failed in require at Biber/Utils.pm line 21.
BEGIN failed--compilation ...
One solution it to use the silence package. According to its documentation it is able to do the following
This package is designed to ﬁlter out unwanted warnings and error messages. Entire packages (including LaTeX) can be censored, but very speciﬁc messages can be targeted too. TeX’s messages are left untouched.
In this example you can see how it works ...
As commented to the question the last two problems are Adobe Acrobat specific and due to the fact that Adobe Reader locks the file for editing, hence the file cannot be changed. But some other PDF readers lead by the recent Sumatra PDF can do this seamlessly. WinEdt 6, in fact, looks for Sumatra PDF and uses it as default. Conversely, SumatraPDF also ...
Adobe Reader X has a security feature called Protected Mode. By default, Protected Mode is enabled at startup. While I do not understand the details, if protected mode is enabled, TeXnikCenter's build profiles are not able to interact 100% successfully with Adobe Reader X.
So along with the build profile information in @Garbage Collector's answer, you ...
Updated (Sept 15,2013):
I use Adobe Reader 11 (free version) and my settings are as follows.
The red rectangles are used to highlight the important parts. If you use version 10, simply change the number 11 to 10.
Note: Since I have added Adobe Reader 11 path to my system variable, I don't need to specify the full path in "Path of executable" section on ...
You can create a project rather than just working with regular files. Each project has a "main file", so that when you "build the project", it builds the main file, which may be different from the actively selected window/tab.
Start a new project (menu option File > New Project) and specify the main file or change the main file for an existing project (menu ...
Do you know Ctrl+F2 to set a bookmark and F2 (foreward) or Shift+F2 (backward) to go to the next bookmark? You can set more than one bookmark.
Just set your cursor to a second line and press Ctrl+F2. For each bookmark you will see a little blue rectangle in the line numbering. You can also open window showing all bookmarks: point in a free place after the ...
I would create a new build profile, say LaTeX > PDF (Biber), which is a copy of LaTeX > PDF (the one set up by default in TeXnicCenter):
Now add biber as the BibTeX compiler:
In the above "Command line arguments to pass to BibTeX", %tm refers to the file "Title (without extension)". You can also add other arguments to want to pass to biber here (like ...
The message means that the map-file has not been activated correctly. Normally this happens because
The miktex package is defective. In this case must add it manually as described by Marco.
You have a multiuser installation, but a local pdftex.map. In this case you must call updmap everytime you installed a font to update this local pdftex.map.
Unfortunately, space characters cannot reliably be copied from a PDF. This answer on Superuser is bang on:
The problem with PDF is that it doesn't really encode text. All it
does is pretty much saying "Put those glyphs there, and those glyphs
there". It's a format intended for print and high-fidelity document
preview on screen but not so much to ...
As far as I see search and replace in more than one file is not possible inside of TeXnicCenter (searching inside of one file is, though). For that you need to change to another text editor. Searching only is possible over the menu “Search” and the menu entry “Find in Files” or by pressing Ctrl+Shift+F. It does exactly what it says: It lists the findings of ...
TeXnicCenter allows for the creation of "user text modules" that are initiated via a shortcut. To insert your own module, follow Insert>Own Text Modules>Manage Text Modules. Now you can enter a new one called (say) Separator:
Once you've established the correct "before cursor" and "after cursor" combination, it is accessible via the menu selection:
Or via ...
No feedback for about a month, but let’s generally summarize some possible issues, partly already mentioned in the comments:
The Adobe Acrobat/Reader must be closed before recompiling the source.
The security feature called Protected Mode of Adobe Reader must unfortunately be set off (!) for proper working, see answer of alex.jordan and answer of innrain to ...
The Problem is, mentioned in the questions comment, that SumatraPDF is linked to the Latex-Compiler through synctex and doesnt know, which created the resulting PDF.
You can use the inverse-search command through the a commandlineswitch of SumatraPDF:-inverse-search. The commands are:
-inverse-search "\"C:\Program Files\TeXnicCenter\TEXCNTR....
The table-format key is used to set up how much space siunitx reserves in a table column for numbers. As such, it should reserve enough space for the largest entry in that column. The format is the same as a number, and the input is processed by the same code. As such, if you need to reserve space for a sign then using - rather than + is recommended as with ...
You could use the tabular environment:
Address & City, State \\
Phone number & Email address
The \enspace defines the horizontal spacing on either side of the bullet (thanks to Bernard for this suggestion).
I have started to use Sumatra PDF. This works fine (although sometimes it appears to re-open at a page directly before the page which has changed). I have tested it for both Latex => PDF and Latex => PS => PDF
Source: Alexander Watson on Sep 08, 2011
URL: SyncTeX with TeXnicCenter and SumatraPDF (Windows)
Text is below (for reference):
To set up SyncTeX ...
The DDE commands that control acrobat 10 changed compared to older versions. You can have a look here.
This document is written in German, but I think the figures are self explaining. From that document, Figure 25 shows the settings
Apparently it is also required to go in the acrobat settings and check a box "start savemode at start-up" (may be called ...
This is what I get compiling the following file with XeLaTeX:
చేయి అనగా మానవులు, చింపాంజీలు, కోతులు మరియు లెమూర్లకు గల శరీరభాగమునకు వేళ్లు
కలబాహ్యంగము. కోలా చేతికి ఎదురెదురుగా వున్న రెండు బొటనవ్రేళ్లు వుంటాయి కాబట్టి ...
By adding these three lines
instead of just
TeXnicCenter believes you are using
and integrates it accordingly into the GUI and for autocomplete.
This solution has the beauty of working with both biblatex (+...
You can also convert a regular TeX input file to a project as follows.
Let trash.tex be your regular TeX input file. Open it as shown in the following figure.
Choose Project and click Create with active file as main file as follows.
Click OK and done!
Now you can TeXify the project with one-click.
No answer for almost two weeks, so here my guess: You’ve chosen the wrong output profile for compiling.
The template file NanoMMTA_template.tex, available in the ZIP file to be found from your link, clearly states in the preamble:
%% put the discipline from the list below"
%% chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, medicine