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Boxing theorems - problems with mdframedLaTeX Forum: Math & ScienceAdd tags
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I really want a nice boxed look for theorems in my thesis so i went online and it seems that mdframed package should be the way to go, but when i run
i get that file mdframed.sty is not found. I am using TeXncCenter so it should have installed it automatically using Miktex. Anyway so i opened Miktex and tried doing it manually but it cant seem to find the mdframed package ? Last edited by thorpn on Fri Jan 4th, 2013, edited 1 time in total.
Ensure that you are using the current MikTeX version, the most recent one is 2.9. There's definitely a mdframed MikTeX package which you can install using the MikTeX package manager.
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