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Dickimaw LaTeX Series

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Tutorials on how to use the LaTeX typesetting format.

[book image] LaTeX for Complete Novices.Volume 1.
This introductory book covers the very basics of LaTeX with exercises along the way to get you started. The on-line versions provide links to related topics in the UK List of TeX Frequently Asked Questions. The HTML version uses bitmaps to display sample output. (All bitmaps have alternative text or are linked to a page describing them in more detail.) If you are partially sighted, you may find the on-line viewing PDF easier to read. (It looks best in full screen mode, if your PDF viewer has that function).

[book image] Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis.Volume 2.
This is a follow-on from LaTeX for Complete Novices geared towards students who want to use LaTeX to write their PhD theses.

[book image] LaTeX for Administrative Work.Volume 3.
This book is aimed at people who want to use LaTeX for administrative work, such as writing correspondence, performing repetitive tasks or typesetting problem sheets or exam papers. It assumes some familiarity with LaTeX and covers some medium to advanced commands.

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