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 >>>>> "Hans" == Hans Aberg <[log in to unmask]> writes:     > I make use of a feature that in a project that consists of     > several files allows me to compile each LaTeX file individually,     > thus saving some compilation time while writing the     > manuscript. I think such a system might be useful for inclusion     > in LaTeX3. Doesn't \includeonly do what you want? The only problem I see is that \include starts each included file on a new page, which is annoying if this behaviour is not desired. Regards,   Reinhard -- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reinhard Kotucha Phone: +49-511-751355 Berggartenstr. 9 D-30419 Hannover mailto:[log in to unmask] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Microsoft isn't the answer. Microsoft is the question, and the answer is NO. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------