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LaTeX: Line by Line. Tips and Techniques for Document Processing. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2240058
  • Book
  • November 1998
  • 328 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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LATEX Line by Line Second Edition Tips and Techniques for Document Processing How many hours have you spent trying to get LATEX to do what You want? If the answer is ′too many′, then you need LATEX Line by Line. Written for LATEX novices, this book starts from the very basics providing clear explanations and realistic examples. The book is designed to help you find solutions to specific tasks, such as indexing, setting complicated mathematics and producing simple line diagrams. It also aims to guide you through the process of creating documents as simple as letters and articles or as complex as books–all to a professional presentational quality. The glossary provides guidance on every standard command–and a few non–standard ones too. Although the book provides a comprehensive introduction to the latest version of LATEX, namely LATEX 2—, an appendix clearly explains the differences between LATEX 2— and the original version of LATEX. In this way, the book can profitably be used by people who still have the older version. Many of the examples of typesetting that are given in the book are coded as templates and are available on the accompanying Website. They can be used as recipes or skeletons which can be customized by making minor adjustments to the commands. Full explanations of how these documents have been constructed are given for those wanting to better understand the inner workings of this flexible and powerful package. Visit the accompanying Website at: [external URL]
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Why Use It?

Getting Started.

Fancy Prose.

List–Like Environments.

Boxes and Tables.

Making Bibliographies.

Making Indexes Standard Document Classes.

Basic Mathematical Formatting.

More Mathematical Formatting.

Introducing AMS–LATEX.

Simple Diagrams Mathematical Symbols.

Useful Notions.


When Things Go Wrong Differences.


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Antoni Diller
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