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.

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User Review  - Pia Jensen Ray - Goodreads

A good reference book to learn everything you want to about LaTeX. It contains some details which are not always quite easy to find through a web search, but it obviously requires that you already ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lewis Cawthorne - Goodreads

Yeah... You can google up a lot of answers, but I still like this nice desk reference to be in army's reach. Read full review


12 LATEX and Its Components
13 The Concept of Generic Markup

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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.

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.


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