Posts tagged "pdf":
Org mode Export to PDF ATTACH
I use org-mode to document many things, but many are for my future self. Recently, a need to share my document(s) with others. The org-mode file contained a few headings with notes, some images, and a table of information. While experimenting with exporting the org-mode file to PDF I found the following helpful.
Depending on the size of the org-mode file, you may want the table of
#+OPTIONS: toc:t to the top of your org-mode
file. But if you do not want the table of contents add this
#+OPTIONS: toc:nil to the top of your org-mode file. To learn more
about this org-mode table of contents go here 1.
Learning about exporting images from an org-mode file was
interesting. If you use
org-insert-link 2 to link to an image
file and add a description. The resulting exported file will contain a
link to an image instead of displaying the image. There are two
options to get an image to display in org-mode exports. The first is
org-insert-link and insert a link to an image file without a
description. The second option is to insert a link like
Note: You will need
pdf2latex program to be able to export a PDF
from an org file.
Update on 2023-02-02 for Arch Linux you need to install
textlive-latexextra and it seems like similar
packages on Ubuntu. So you mind need to do some research for your
specific operating system.