Scientific Word is chopping off the end of one of my files. I know this because I opened up the .tex document in another program and all of my text is still there. But in Scientific Word, everything after a certain point has been chopped off.
this is a dissertation, so it's lengthy. I'm using the default Article class, and I have lots of figures. Is there some sort of maximum file size beyond which Scientific Word truncates?
I'm writing my thesis.
I have already a table of contents for the whole document but how can I make a table of contents for each chapter.
I have searched and I found the instruction \minitoc (a latex instruction) but it didn't work.
I'm waiting for your help.
Dear SWP and LaTeX experts---
some of the more tex-nically experienced folks on our team are using latex itself (on OSX and linux machines), others are using SWP (on Windows machines).
now, we would like to typeset a latex version of our collaborative document with some style files and features that are not available in SWP. Trying to talk to the non-texnical folks about installing style files (doublespace, mathastext) and other fonts (ptmx) is hopeless.
I'd like to use a 1 with blackboard bold to define an indicator function. I am able to do it in raw latex code using MikTex, etc. but can't seem to figure out how to get it to work in scientific workplace. If I just highlight a 1 (in either math or regular text) and add blackboard bold it does not work.
Does anyone have any ideas?
I have some old documents that I am trying to typeset, and am told that I should convert them from 2.09 to 2e. This has happened before, a long time ago, and I was able to do it. But I've forgotten how and can find no instructions. How do I do it?
Does anyone have a shell for the tufte-latex document classes?
When I working with figure and really want them to appear in my pdf file more scientific way, problem is I can't set the label of figure in suit with the section I have.
In chapter 1, I want the label of my figures apprear respectively like: figure 1.1 then 1.2, 1.3,... instead figure 1 then figure 2,... even they are in the same chapter.
The same problem I got when working with formular and I might fix it by advanced mode in property, but it is impossible to manually change when working with figure.
I do tech support for academics and one of my users has run in to a problem loading a file from a german colleague. The error apperars when attempting to print preview or print to pdf and I think its because as style is not installed but as I'm very new to SWP I may not be looking at the right stuff.
There's a series of 3 errors each of which point to scrart.cls not being loaded.
How do I go about loading this folder and file?
Windows XP, SWord 5.50 build 2953
I use SWP 5.5, build 2960.
I'm working on a Standard LaTeX book style document, which is meant to hold a collection of examples of dynamic models. I want to refer to the models according to the chapter/section where they are given, i.e. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, ..., 2.1, 2.2, etc. At the same time, I want to include a section on modeling principles first in each chapter, and I thought these could be numbered 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, etc. Also, I'd like to have an "overview" chapter, which could be Chapter 0.
Hi everyone, i have a problem and i don't know how to solve it, i have searched a lot and i don't get any answer, so please any suggestion will be very appreciated.
The problem is that i have done many pages of my thesis with the default times font, but the thing is that the font required for this work is arial. How can i change all my work to arial font?. What package do i have to add or something like that?. what step do i have to follow in order to solve this issue?.
Thank you in advanced.