and we responded:"I am writing a book which has many chapters, so I have a master document with each chapter a separate .tex document. Some of the chapters contain graphics in the form of .wmf or .bmp files, and some of the chapters contain tables and figures. Some of the tables and figures are too large to fit across the page, so they have to be rotated.
When I compile individual sub-documents to DVI (when possible) or to .pdf everything is fine. Unfortunately because I have tables that have to be rotated I have to compile the master document to pdf. Unfortunately when I do this the graphics no longer display: a blank space is left in the .pdf file where the graphic should appear (the caption appears normally). *But* this happens only when I try to compile the master document. When I compile a sub-document by itself to .pdf the graphic appears as expected.
Have failed to correctly set a setting in the master document or could there be some other fault?"
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