Appendix B. Tracing and Resolving Problems

In an ideal world all documents you produced would compile without problems and give high-quality output as intended. If you are that lucky, there will be no need for you to consult this appendix, ever. However, if you run into a problem of some kind, the material in this appendix should help you to resolve your problem easily.

We start with an alphabetical list of all error messages, those after which LaTeX stops and asks for advice. “All” in this context means all LaTeX kernel errors (their text starts with LaTeX Error:), practically all TeX errors (i.e., those directly produced by the underlying engine), and errors from the packages amsmath, babel, docstrip, calc, color, graphics, graphicx, inputenc ...

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