The LaTeX companion

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Addison, 1994 - Computers - 528 pages
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This book is packed with information needed to use LaTeX more productively. It has been designed to enhance, not to replace, basic documentation.This new release incorporates important LaTeX developments over the past several years and provides a common basis for all LaTeX enhancements. Some new styles, improved font handling, and a facility to produce PostScript graphics are included in the release. As part of the broad and unique coverage of this book you will find a complete documentation for all these added features.

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About the author (1994)

Michel Goossens is past president of the TeX Users Group. A research physicist at CERN, where the Web paradigm was born, he is responsible for LaTeX, HTML, SGML, and, more recently, XML support for scientific documents.

Sebastian Rahtz is Past Secretary of TUG, a cofounder of CTAN, creator of the TeX Live CD-ROM, and a co-author of "The LaTeX Graphics Companion." He is an IT analyst at Elsevier Science Ltd.

Frank Mittelbach is manager of the LaTeX3 Project, in which capacity he oversaw the release of LaTeX 2e. He is the editor of a series of publications on tools and techniques for computer typesetting.

Mittelbach is Manager of the Latex3 Project.