## Insert figure LaTeX problem!

Hello guys,

I know this topic has been issued many times before. However I have an issue I cant find a solution for.
1. I have a master file that calls another sub tex file using \include{}.
2. This sub tex file has insert figures, I use insert figure options in the editor and the figures are in a sub folder where the this tex file resides.
3. However when I compile the master file. I see no figure and also states that it cannot find the figure. I double checked the path name and white spaces too. Its not because of that.

Can someone help me how to go abt it. I use INLAGE 4.7.13 as my Latex editor. Please find the attached file to run the files if you have time.

[ sorry this is just my second post and PF wont let me insert links/URL'S ]
Thank you.

PS: When I use insert figure it doesnt include the full path of the figure. why is that. If I include the full path then it works perfect. I dont understand why my editor doesnt include the full path and only the sub folder path.
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 Mentor I see figures in your generated pdf (thesis_master.pdf). Are you talking about the "fig ??" in your pdf file? That is a different problem. The solution is easy: Run latex again. And then run latex one more time because the pagination might be wrong (the figures and tables now have a title and this can change the pagination).
 No thatz not what I meant. were you actually able to see the pictures ??? when I generated thesis_master.pdf I wasnt able to see any pictures that were added from my subfolder. Here have a look at the Pdf. This is what I meant. Unless I put in the whole path it wont display the picture. But the INLAGE editor I am using , when I use the insert figure option it just starts off the graphic path from the subfolder name : eg: subfolder/picture.jpg docs.google.com/open?id=0B6yei5eTKtEsajd6T201bEpUOTA Thanks for taking effort to see what is my problem.

Recognitions:

## Insert figure LaTeX problem!

Tex doesn't have any built in concept of "change the current directory" or "automatically search subdirectories" when looking for files, but there are some workrounds here: http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2...el=docotherdir

On the other hand, I'm not really sure whether your problem is about TeX or INLAGE, and I don't know anything about INLAGE. (And I don't trust google docs enough to go exploring your data on there - sorry!)
 I usually have a subdirectory for figures. Then I use something like \includegraphics[width=0.8\columnwidth]{./figures/fig_1} Never had any problems with that, but I don't use INLAGE. I am not sure if you have to specify the path relative to the master file or the included one. Just try both :-P

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