So simply press [F6] wait until it finished, press [F6] and then [F7] and your table of contents will be fine.
Great, we just started creating our document structure.
Many universities do provide La Te X templates, but unfortunately, mine did not.
So I created by own structure to be: inside the begin and end document tags.
going to be an introduction to La Te X as there are plenty of very good La Te X tutorials; you can easily find them using google.
This tutorial is rather a guide on which packages are helpful to be used, how you can organize your files, how to insert graphics, create tables and write algorithms in La Te X.You would be able to write all your stuff into only a single file (directly to Thesis.tex), but will pretty sure end in smashing your head against the keyboard if your document gets very large.Not only that you have real trouble in navigating through your document, but also Texmaker is getting slow if the files are getting too big.To understand the commands provided in this tutorial, I strongly recommend doing some general introduction to La Te X first!We start with creating a new folder (our project directory), preferably directly using our cloud service.that belong to that chapter are inserted to a new page before the next chapter starts. Cool down, this is because La Te X is creating references while compiling but at the moment the table of contents is created, the references have not been added yet.Press [F6] and [F7] again to translate and update and you will see that there is a new page containing the Introduction. You do not have to understand that, you only need to know, that if you add anything that is reference at any other position in the document, you have to translate twice.Doing so, Texmaker shows a PDF file containing only the text Hello World!Let’s create the main document structure for our thesis.If you prefer using the letter paper size, just replace a4paper with letterpaper.Next, save the document into your projects root directory as