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  • A Guide to LATEX: Document Preparation for Beginners and Advanced Users
    by Helmut Kopka, Patrick W. Daly: covers basic and advanced topics in the text formatting software, with tutorials on commands and environments, document layout and organization, displayed text, mathematical formulas, customization, and advanced features such as in-text references and input coding. Includes appendices on bibliographic databases, programming, and modern computer fonts, and a command summary
  • Digital Typography Using LaTeX
    by Apostolos Syropoulos, Antonis Tsolomitis, Nick Sofroniou: The purpose of the book is to introduce new users to the use of the TeX system, in particular document preparation using LaTeX. Describes the recent developments in multilingual typesetting using TeX that now make it straightforward for users to prepare documents in their own language and alphabet, giving the book a global readership.
  • First Steps in LaTeX
    by George Gratzer: or the mathematician, physicist, engineer, scientist, or technical typist who needs to quickly learn how to typeset articles containing mathematical formulas. This book will provide a quick introduction to LaTeX, including the American Mathematical Society's enhancements
  • LaTeX : A Documentation Preparation System User's Guide and Reference Manual
    by Leslie Lamport, Duane Bibby (Illustrator): Paperback - 272 pages 2nd edition (August 1994) written by the original architect and implementer of the LaTex software system for typesetting documents, this guide and reference manual for the new standard version of LaTex gives instructions for formatting simpler text and describes techniques for handling larger, more complicated documents
  • Latex for Linux
    by Bernice Sacks Lipkin: This comprehensive guide to using LaTeX is directed at Linux and UNIX users but is also the best how-to book on the use to LaTeX to prepare articles, books and theses. Unlike other LaTeX books it is especially useful for someone coming to LaTeX for the first time
  • LATEX Notes: Practical Tips for Preparing Technical Documents
    by J. Kenneth Shultis, Kenneth Shultis (Designer): a guide for engineers and scientists who are currently using LATEX, this volume provides recipes and tricks--including shortcuts and extensions not found elsewhere--for the most useful operation of LATEX for preparing technical documents
  • Learning Latex
    by D. F. Griffiths, D. J. Higham: aimed squarely at beginners to LATEX who wish to learn the basics with a minimum of fuss
  • Tex Unbound : Latex & Tex Strategies for Fonts, Graphics, & More
    by Alan Hoenig: not a book about using TeX or LaTeX; it is about related topics that are equally important to good typography, namely setting up and making proper use of PostScript fonts, and creating high-quality graphics illustrations with TeX-friendly methods
  • The Latex Companion
    by Michel Goossens, Frank Mittelbach (Contributor), Alexander Samarin (Contributor): introduces tools and techniques that will enhance your use of LaTeX and help you format documents more quickly and more efficiently
  • The LaTex Graphics Companion : Illustrating Documents With Tex and Postscript
    by Michel Goossens, Sebastian Rahtz (Contributor), Frank Mittelbach: describes techniques and tricks needed to illustrate LaTeX documents, and answers common user questions about graphics and PostScript fonts. It provides the first full description of the standard LaTeX color and graphics packages, and shows how you can combine TeX and PostScript capabilities to produce beautifully illustrated pages
  • The Latex Web Companion : Integrating Tex, Html and Xml
    by Michel Goossens, Sebastian Rahtz: describes tools and techniques for transforming LATEX sources into Web formats for electronic publication, and for transforming Web sources into LATEX documents for optimal printing



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