MiKTeX Options, and select the
Packagestab. On the tab, there is an Explorer-style display of packages. Right-click on the root of the tree, “
MiKTeX Packages”, and select “
Search”: enter the name of the package you’re interested in, and press the “
Search” button. If MiKTeX knows about your package, it will open up the tree to show you a tick box for your package: check that box. If you prefer a command-line utility, there’s mpm. Open a command shell, and type:
(which of course assumes you know the name by which MiKTeX refers to your package).mpm --install=<package>
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