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 Title A Beginner's Introduction to Typesetting with LaTeX
 Author(s) Peter Flynn
 Publisher: Comprehensive TeX Archive Network (2005)
 Paperback307 pages
 eBook Online, HTML and PDF, 275 pages, 3.8 MB
 Language: English
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Book Description
A completely revised edition of this accessible guide to LaTeX document preparation, bringing it up to date with the latest releases and Web ad PC based developments.
This book covers the basics as well as advanced LaTeX topics and contains numerous practical examples and handy tips for avoiding problems. It covers the latest LaTeX extensions and has been completely updated to cover latest releases and upgrades.
The book explains the LaTeX macro package for the TeX text formatting program, presenting a complete description for beginners, going on to more advanced and specialized features. Files for LATEX processing contain the actual text plus markup and programming command, al as ASCII text, something tat makes them portable to every computer system. The LATEX/TEX program processes these files to produce highquality typeset results, especially for complicated mathematics.
LaTeX offers the user all the features of any text processing system: automatic section formatting, numbering of sections, figures, tables and equations, table of contents, lists of figures and tables, crossreferencing to the numbers, bibliography, keyword index, colour, inclusion of illustrations.All of these are demonstrated to the reader via examples and exercises through a structure that takes him or her from the simplest beginnings to the more complicated refinements.
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 TeX, LaTeX, and AMSLateX Typesetting
 PostScript Programming
 HTML, DHTML and XHTML
 Computer and Programming Languages