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Old 08-16-2013, 01:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Create LaTeX documents graphically with LyX


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LyX is a graphical tool, with a familiar drop-down and content-driven menu system, for writing and editing LaTeX documents. TeX and its higher-level macro language, LaTeX, are powerful document markup languages that are the de facto standard for Linux users. New users can find them difficult to work with because you must know the available markup tags, the contexts they can be used in, and how to use a text editor and previewing tool. LyX simplifies the entire process of working with LaTeX documents not just on Linux. Learn how to install, use, and customize LyX on Linux, UNIX, Windows, and Mac OS X systems.

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