# [OS X TeX] Gotta include problem

Thu May 12 23:56:19 EDT 2011

True, But that probably won't work for me. In /ElemAlgText/chapter1/chapter1.tex, I have commands such as \include{section1}, and section1.tex has commands such as \includegraphics{graphics/fig1}. The file /ElemAlgTex/chapter1/chapter1.tex compiles just fine. Now I am trying to create a file /ElemAlgText/main.tex which will incoporate each of the eight chapters I've already written. I have over a hundred commands such \includegraphics{graphics/fig1} that I would have to change, and that would destroy my standalone /ElemAlgText/chapter1/chapter1.tex file which compiles just fine.

D.

On May 12, 2011, at 8:42 PM, M. Tamer Özsu wrote:

> I think you need to say
>
> \includegraphics{chapter1/graphics/fig1}
>
> ==Tamer
>
> On 2011-05-12, at 11:34 PM, David Arnold wrote:
>
>> All,
>>
>> I've got an "include" problem.
>>
>> I have a folder structure:  /ElemAlgText/chapter1/graphics
>>
>> I have a file: /ElemAlgText/main.tex
>>
>> Which has some include statements such as:
>>
>> \include{chapter1/section1}
>>
>> The file /ElemAlgText/chapter1/section1.tex
>>
>> has commands such as:
>>
>> \includegraphics{graphics/fig1}
>>
>> When I try to compile /ElemAlgText/main.tex, it cannot find graphics/fig1.
>>
>> Can someone help? What am I doing wrong?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> David
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