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From: John Hendy <jw.hendy@gmail.com>
To: "Søren Mikkelsen" <soren@aamikkelsen.dk>
Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: Export of subtree does not include header
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2013 17:38:37 -0600
Message-ID: <CA+M2ft9-cfUgrMx8s1x=ONQ3_Qp829yZU=YDHjHq9i0T0xro4g@mail.gmail.com> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <87vcamofcq.fsf@aamikkelsen.dk>

On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 7:55 AM, Søren Mikkelsen <soren@aamikkelsen.dk> wrote:
> John Hendy <jw.hendy@gmail.com> writes:
>
>> On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 4:35 AM, Søren Aagaard Mikkelsen
>> <soren@aamikkelsen.dk> wrote:
>>> I have used orgmode for a while, but hasn't used any of its advanced
>>> features that much. I'm currently writing a minutes report and what to
>>> export a specific subtree, e.g.
>>>
>>> * Minutes from <2013-01-11>
>>>
>>> * Minutes from <2013-01-18>    <--- Want to export this only
>>>
>>> Then I press C-c @, which marks the subtree, and then I press C-c C-e
>>> and export it as a pdf-document.
>>>
>>> The problem is that I want the top section to remain the same, i.e. "Minutes from
>>> <2013-01-18>" is the top section and the others to be subsection of
>>> that.
>>>
>>> Currently, it surely exports the right subtree but the top-section is
>>> not "Minutes from <2013-01-18>", but the bullet after that.
>>
>> I get the same behavior. Does it need to export it in a "tree" like
>> format, or would you be okay with your top level headline (the one you
>> want exported, but which is currently not) being the actual title of
>> the document? Or is that what you're currently getting.
>>
>
> This is what I'm currently getting. I want to have a document with all my
> minutes and my idea is, that I should be able to export one heading for
> each meeting, so I can prepare an agenda and afterwards fill in the
> outcome of the discussions.
>
>> With default settings (org-export-latex-title-command "\\maketitle"),
>> I get the top-most headline of the marked subtree as my document title
>> and the next level headline as the first section. Is this what you're
>> getting, or the top headline text isn't showing up in the document at
>> all?
>
> Yes, I get the same result. I don't want subsections to be promoted to
> sections when I export the org-markup. Is that possible?
>

So you're kind of getting what you want, it's just that you want the
current title to be left aligned/bold like a section?

Can you explain what you mean by "don't want subsections to be
promoted to sections"?  As in with =#+options: num:t=, with:

#+begin_src org
* first
** second (export this and below)
*** third
#+end_src

You would get:

#+begin_src export
1.1 second
1.1.1 third
#+end_src

As in, does absolute position matter, or are you okay with:

#+begin_src export
1 second
1.1 third
#+end_src

Not sure how to do what you want, but just thinking that more details
might help others chime in about how to get what you want...



John

>>
>> If having it as the title would work, you would get:
>> ----------
>> [centered]Minutes from <2013-01-18>[centered]
>>
>> A bit of white space
>>
>> Any text directly under "Minutes from <2013-01-18>"...
>>
>> [section] The first headline under "Minutes from <2013-01-18>" [section]
>> text under that headline
>>
>> [section 2] The second headline under "Minutes from <2013-01-18>" [section]
>> text under that headline
>> ----------
>>
>> If it's just the centered text/bit white space gap you don't like, I'm
>> sure there's LaTeX header arguments you could put in your Org document
>> or setupfile to left-align the title and remove the space. What do you
>> think of that option?
>>
>> Also... just to save you *one* keystroke,  you can put your cursor on
>> the headline of interest and do =C-e 1 p=, which I think does the same
>> as marking the whole subtree with =C-c @ C-e p=.
>>
>>
>> John
>>
>
> Thanks for the keystroke advice. Love a bit of emacs-hints :)
>
>

      reply	other threads:[~2013-01-25 23:38 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 4+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2013-01-18 10:35 Søren Aagaard Mikkelsen
2013-01-23  4:43 ` John Hendy
2013-01-24 13:55   ` Søren Mikkelsen
2013-01-25 23:38     ` John Hendy [this message]

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