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Old 03-22-2014, 03:42 PM   #1
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LXer: TeX and LaTeX typesetting for perfectionists – tutorial


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You use LibreOffice for your documents, perhaps Scribus for making a company brochure, and edit most documents online. You’ve heard of TeX – in the context of mathematical equations, mostly – but why would you use it to lay out everything from invoices to 100-page PDFs? Quite simply, because it produces beautiful-looking documents that are easy to maintain, and using a simple markup that makes keeping track of document evolution and changes far simpler than it is with word processors and desktop publishing packages.

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