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When preview-latex works on extracting its stuff, it typesets each
single preview on a page of its own. This only happens when actual
previews get generated. Now if you want to configure preview-latex in
your document, you need to add your own
\usepackage call to
‘preview’ so that it will be able to interpret its various
definition commands. It is an error to add the
active option to
this invocation: you don’t want the package to be active unless
preview-latex itself enables the previewing operation (which it will).
This document was generated by Ralf Angeli on January 13, 2013 using texi2html 1.82.