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  • TeX for the Impatient (Paul Abrahams, et al)

    This is a handbook that arose from the need to help technical writers learn TeX more quickly. Clear, concise, and accessible, this book is organized for easy retrieval of information, thoroughly indexed, and carefully designed for learning by example.

  • The Not So Short Introduction to LaTeX 2e (Tobias Oetiker, et al)

    This book shows you how to begin using LaTeX to create high-quality documents. The book also serves as a handy reference for all LaTeX users. It covers the LaTeX2e standard and offer more details, examples, exercises, tips, and tricks.

  • TeX by Topic: A Texnician's Reference (Victor Eijkhout)

    This book is valuable for people who want to write LaTeX macros and other customizations of TeX. It is packed with highly original, practical, and useful ideas along with detailed explanations of the mechanisms underlying each TeX macro.

  • The Computer Science of TeX and LaTeX (Victor Eijkhout)

    This book uses the TeX and LaTeX system to provide an introduction to a number of computer science topics. This book is based on the lecture notes of a course taught at the University of Tennessee.

  • O'Reilly® Making TeX Work (Norman Walsh)

    This book guides you through the maze of tools available in the overall TeX system. Beyond the core TeX program there are myriad drivers, macro packages, previewers, printing programs, online documentation facilities, graphics programs, and more.

  • LaTeX (Wikibooks)

    This book is self teaching guide to LaTeX. It starts at the absolute beginner level and takes you to an advanced level. Expert users will also find the book a useful reference. It starts at the absolute beginner level and takes you to an advanced level.

  • More Math into LaTex: An Introduction to LaTeX and AMS-LaTeX

    This is is the fourth edition of the standard introductory textbook and the complete reference of LaTeX and AMS-LaTeX for scientists in all disciplines, as well as engineers. it introduces basic ideas through sample articles and documents.

  • A Beginner's Introduction to Typesetting with LaTeX (Peter Flynn)

    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.

  • Math into LaTex: An Introduction to LaTeX and AMS-LateX

    This book provides all the fundamental information for a user start preparing a LaTeX document, assuming the user has LaTeX installed and has some basic knowledge of creating LaTeX documents.

  • LaTeX Tutorials: A Primer (E. Krishnan)

    Packed with fully explained examples, this free book is a hands-on introduction quickly leading a novice user to professional-quality results. It offers you a fast-paced and practical introduction. Particularly during studying in school and university.

  • LateX Maths and Graphics (Tim Love)

    There's more to maths typesetting than meets the eye. Many conventions used in the typesetting of plain text are inappropriate to maths. LATEX goes a long way to help you along with the style. This handout assumes that you have already read the Advanced LaTeX document.

  • A Gentle Introduction to TeX: A Manual for Self-study (M. Doob)

    This book is a friendly introduction to TEX, the powerful typesetting system designed by Donald Knuth. It is addressed primarily to beginners, but it contains much information that will be useful to aspiring TEX 'wizards'.

  • Getting Started with LaTeX (David R. Wilkins)

    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.

  • What is the Text Encoding Initiative? (Lou Burnard)

    This simple and straightforward book is intended to help the beginner make their own choices from the full range of Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) options. It explains the XML technology used by the TEI in language accessible to the non-technical readers.

  • A Machine Made this Book: Ten Sketches of Computer Science

    This book is entertaining to read and gives a good basic introduction to the subject for anyone who hasn't studied Computer Science. It uses examples from the publishing industry to introduce the fascinating discipline of Computer Science to the uninitiated.

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