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#### How to include a latex document in another latex document

I am writing my PhD thesis in latex and I want to include my publications at
the end as an appendix.  My publications are latex documents themselves.
Can somebody tell me how I can include them in my thesis master-document?

Thanks
Allan


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 "Allan M. Bruce" <allanmb@TAKEAWAYdsl.pipex.com> writes:
>I am writing my PhD thesis in latex and I want to include my publications at
>the end as an appendix.  My publications are latex documents themselves.
>Can somebody tell me how I can include them in my thesis master-document?

the faq covers this:

http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=multidoc
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Robin Fairbairns, Cambridge

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