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The Resource Latex for Linux : a vade mecum, Bernice Sacks Lipkin

Latex for Linux : a vade mecum, Bernice Sacks Lipkin

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Latex for Linux : a vade mecum
Title
Latex for Linux
Title remainder
a vade mecum
Statement of responsibility
Bernice Sacks Lipkin
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
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Lipkin, Bernice Sacks
Dewey number
686.2/25445369
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
Z253.4.L38
LC item number
L56 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Desktop publishing
  • Document markup languages
  • Computerized typesetting
  • LINUX
  • LaTeX
  • Composition automatique (Industries graphiques)
  • Éditique
  • Langages de balisage
  • Latex (computerprogramma)
  • Linux
  • Composition automatique (imprimerie)
  • LaTeX (logiciel)
  • Linux (système d'exploitation des ordinateurs)
  • LATEX (Programm)
  • LINUX
Label
Latex for Linux : a vade mecum, Bernice Sacks Lipkin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 525-532) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 7
  • 59
  • 7.1
  • Real Errors
  • 60
  • 7.2
  • Overfull and Underfull Lines and Pages
  • 64
  • 7.2.1
  • The overfull line
  • 64
  • 2.1
  • 7.2.2
  • The underfull line
  • 67
  • 7.2.3
  • The overfull page
  • 67
  • 7.2.4
  • The underfull page
  • 68
  • 7.2.5
  • Grammatical Elements
  • Other alerts
  • 68
  • Part III.
  • Writing LATEX
  • 71
  • 8
  • LATEX-Reserved Single-Character Commands
  • 73
  • 8.1
  • Single-Character Command Symbols
  • 8
  • 73
  • 8.2
  • Writing Special Symbols As Ordinary Text
  • 75
  • 8.3
  • Writing Aliases For Single Character Commands
  • 77
  • 8.4
  • Meta Level Mimicking Of Text Commands
  • 78
  • 2.2
  • 9
  • Single-Word Instructions
  • 81
  • 9.1
  • Font Features
  • 81
  • 9.2
  • Commands
  • 83
  • 9.2.1
  • Instructions to LATEX
  • The LATEX repertoire of commands
  • 84
  • 9.2.2
  • User-created new commands
  • 87
  • 9.3
  • Declarations
  • 88
  • 9.4
  • Environments
  • 9
  • 89
  • 9.4.1
  • Using an environment whose name is a defined declaration
  • 90
  • 9.4.2
  • Constructing an environment from an existing environment
  • 91
  • 9.4.3
  • Creating environments from scratch
  • 92
  • 2.2.1
  • 9.4.4
  • Trouble spots in creating a new environment
  • 93
  • 10
  • Newcommands and Macros
  • 95
  • 10.1
  • What a Macro Is
  • 95
  • 10.2
  • Commands
  • Exact Substitution
  • 95
  • 10.3
  • PlaceHolder Substitution
  • 96
  • 10.3.1
  • Composing the macro
  • 97
  • 10.3.2
  • Using the macro
  • 10
  • 98
  • 10.3.3
  • Revising a macro definition
  • 99
  • 10.4
  • Using LATEX Instructions in the Macro
  • 99
  • 10.4.1
  • Commands in the macro argument
  • 99
  • Part I.
  • 2.2.2
  • 10.4.2
  • Declarations in the macro argument
  • 100
  • 10.4.3
  • Environments and macros
  • 101
  • 10.5
  • Incorporating a Macro in a Macro
  • 103
  • 10.6
  • Declarations
  • The Complete Newcommand Format
  • 104
  • 10.7
  • Trouble Spots in Writing Macros
  • 107
  • 10.8
  • The Complete Newenvironment Format
  • 108
  • Part IV.
  • Formatting in Text Mode
  • 11
  • 111
  • 11
  • Fonts
  • 115
  • 11.1
  • Font Terminology
  • 116
  • 11.2
  • Commands/Declarations That Control Font Features
  • 118
  • 2.2.3
  • 11.2.1
  • Manipulating font family, series and shapes
  • 118
  • 11.2.2
  • Font sizes
  • 121
  • 11.2.3
  • Changing both font size and type style
  • 123
  • 11.3
  • Environments
  • Naming Conventions for Fonts
  • 123
  • 11.3.1
  • Classic TEX fonts
  • 123
  • 11.3.2
  • Using NFSS to classify names
  • 125
  • 11.3.3
  • Fonts supplied with LATEX
  • 12
  • 130
  • 11.4
  • The Directory Structure for Storing Fonts
  • 133
  • 11.5
  • To Load a New Font
  • 134
  • 11.5.1
  • Why load yet another font?
  • 134
  • 2.3
  • 11.5.2
  • To change the main font family for the entire document
  • 135
  • 11.5.3
  • To load an additional font from NFSS descriptors
  • 139
  • 11.5.4
  • The main font and the selectfont font
  • 145
  • 11.5.5
  • Basic Principles in Reading and Writing LATEX Commands
  • Behind the scenes in loading and using a font
  • 146
  • 12
  • Accents, Dingbats, Standard and Nonstandard Codes
  • 157
  • 12.1
  • The Fonts on Disk
  • 159
  • 12.1.1
  • Naming font files
  • 14
  • 159
  • 12.1.2
  • Directory names
  • 160
  • 12.1.3
  • To view and use a font table
  • 161
  • 12.2
  • The Standard ASCII Codes
  • 164
  • 2.4
  • 12.2.1
  • Built-In letter accents
  • 167
  • 12.2.2
  • Trademarks and registries
  • 168
  • 12.3
  • Nonstandard Coding Tables
  • 170
  • 12.3.1
  • Reading LATEX
  • The Scope of an Instruction
  • Dingbats
  • 172
  • 12.3.2
  • Saint Mary Road symbol fonts
  • 174
  • 12.3.3
  • European Computer Modern text fonts
  • 177
  • 12.3.4
  • text companion symbols
  • 15
  • 178
  • 12.3.5
  • Math symbol fonts
  • 179
  • 12.3.6
  • wasy symbol fonts
  • 181
  • 12.4
  • Nonstandard Sizes: Banners, Posters And Spreads
  • 182
  • 2.5
  • 13
  • Manipulating Space
  • 195
  • 13.1
  • Adding a Small Amount of Space Between Characters/Words
  • 195
  • 13.2
  • Adding Significant Space Between Words
  • 197
  • 13.3
  • LATEX Conventions
  • Adding Space Between Sentences
  • 200
  • 13.4
  • Adding Space Between Two Lines
  • 201
  • 13.4.1
  • Using \\ [length]
  • 201
  • 13.4.2
  • Using the \vspace command
  • 17
  • 202
  • 13.4.3
  • Using fixed size vertical skips
  • 203
  • 13.4.4
  • Filling vertical space up to what's needed
  • 204
  • 13.4.5
  • The /par command
  • 205
  • 3
  • 13.5
  • Changing the Permanent Spacing Between Lines
  • 205
  • 13.6
  • Adding a Blank Line Between Paragraphs
  • 205
  • 13.7
  • Adding Permanent Space Between Paragraphs
  • 206
  • 13.8
  • Document Classes
  • Double Spacing a Draft Copy
  • 206
  • 14
  • Lists
  • 209
  • 14.1
  • The Itemize List
  • 210
  • 14.2
  • The Enumerate List
  • 21
  • 212
  • 14.3
  • The Description List
  • 214
  • 14.4
  • Other Description List Styles
  • 216
  • 14.5
  • The Trivlist Environment
  • 219
  • 3.1
  • 15
  • Aligning and Indenting Text
  • 221
  • 15.1
  • Aligning the Text Horizontally
  • 221
  • 15.2
  • Raising Text
  • 223
  • 15.3
  • LATEX's Style of Styling Styles
  • Outdenting
  • 224
  • 15.4
  • Breaking Single Lines on the Right
  • 225
  • 15.5
  • Creating an Outline
  • 226
  • 15.6
  • Using Displayed Paragraph Formats
  • 1
  • 21
  • 228
  • 15.6.1
  • Quotation and quote environments
  • 228
  • 15.6.2
  • Verse environment
  • 229
  • 15.6.3
  • Center environment
  • 230
  • 3.2
  • 15.6.4
  • An ordinary description list
  • 231
  • 15.7
  • Simple Paragraph Indenting
  • 232
  • 15.8
  • Controlling the Degree of Indentation
  • 232
  • 16
  • Format of a Very Simple LATEX File
  • Floating Objects
  • 237
  • 16.1.1
  • General format
  • 237
  • 16.1.2
  • Usage
  • 239
  • 16.1.3
  • Subfigures
  • 23
  • 242
  • 16.1.4
  • Working text around a figure
  • 243
  • 16.1.5
  • Creating new float styles
  • 250
  • 16.1.6
  • Captions
  • 251
  • 3.3
  • 16.2
  • Marginal Notes
  • 252
  • 16.3.1
  • Tabs
  • 254
  • 16.3.2
  • The tabular environment
  • 258
  • 16.3.3
  • LATEX-defined Classes
  • Floats and multiple columns
  • 270
  • 17.1
  • Footnotes in Text
  • 273
  • 17.1.1
  • Footnote syntax in text
  • 274
  • 17.1.2
  • Shifting between numbers and symbols
  • 23
  • 275
  • 17.1.3
  • Numbering by symbol
  • 275
  • 17.1.4
  • Resetting the counter
  • 276
  • 17.1.5
  • Examples of numbering styles
  • 277
  • 3.4
  • 17.2
  • Footnotes in a Minipage
  • 279
  • 17.2.1
  • Minipage footnotes with independent numbering
  • 279
  • 17.2.2
  • Blending minipage and text footnotes
  • 281
  • 17.3
  • Slides
  • Changing Footnote Style
  • 284
  • 17.4
  • Footnote Modification Packages
  • 285
  • 18
  • Cross-Referencing
  • 287
  • 18.1
  • Referencing Numbered LATEX Objects
  • 24
  • 287
  • 18.2
  • Page References
  • 289
  • 18.3
  • Referencing Footnotes
  • 290
  • 18.4
  • Positioning the Label
  • 291
  • 1
  • 3.5
  • 18.4.1
  • The LATEX object is stylized
  • 291
  • 18.4.2
  • The LATEX object is not stylized
  • 292
  • 19
  • Literal Text and Silent Text
  • 295
  • 19.1
  • Letters
  • Verbatim Text
  • 295
  • 19.2
  • Writing Notes To Yourself
  • 299
  • 19.2.1
  • Using the %
  • 299
  • 19.2.2
  • Invisible reminders
  • 25
  • 299
  • 19.2.3
  • Visible reminders
  • 300
  • 19.2.4
  • The LATEX /typeout and /typein commands
  • 301
  • Part V.
  • Formatting in Math Mode
  • 303
  • 3.6
  • 20
  • Math Symbols, Alphabets and Grammar
  • 305
  • 20.1
  • Built-in Symbols
  • 306
  • 20.1.1
  • Greek letters, booleans, integrals and sums
  • 306
  • 20.1.2
  • Articles
  • Some common mathematical operators
  • 307
  • 20.1.3
  • Math accents
  • 308
  • 20.1.4
  • Adding ordinary text in math mode
  • 309
  • 20.2
  • Modifying the Appearance of Equations
  • 29
  • 310
  • 20.2.1
  • Changing math type style
  • 310
  • 20.2.2
  • Space wedges
  • 312
  • 20.2.3
  • Size
  • 313
  • 3.7
  • 20.2.4
  • Creating a New Math Alphabet Command Name
  • 315
  • 20.2.5
  • Adding Math Symbols
  • 318
  • 20.3
  • Writing, Protecting and Revising Math Macros
  • 320
  • 20.3.1
  • Reports
  • Writing a math macro
  • 320
  • 20.3.2
  • Redefining the math macro
  • 321
  • 20.4
  • Lemmas, Axioms and Conjectures
  • 322
  • 21
  • Single Line Math Modes
  • 30
  • 325
  • 21.1
  • Unnumbered Equation in Running Text
  • 325
  • 21.2
  • displaymath for a Single Unnumbered Equation
  • 326
  • 21.3
  • A Numbered Equation on a Separate Line
  • 327
  • 3.8
  • 22
  • Arrays: Multi-Line Math Mode
  • 329
  • 22.1
  • Creating an Array
  • 329
  • Part VI.
  • Formatting in Box Mode
  • 337
  • 23
  • What a LATEX Command Does
  • Books
  • Box Mode
  • 339
  • 23.1
  • The Single Line Box: \makebox, \framebox
  • 340
  • 23.1.1
  • The \makebox and \mbox commands
  • 340
  • 23.1.2
  • \framebox and \fbox commands
  • 30
  • 341
  • 23.1.3
  • Changing the appearance of the frame
  • 342
  • 23.1.4
  • Fancy frames
  • 344
  • 23.2
  • The Paragraph Box: Parboxes and Minipages
  • 345
  • 3.9
  • 23.2.1
  • The parbox
  • 345
  • 23.2.2
  • The minipage environment
  • 348
  • 23.2.3
  • Framing the minipage
  • 354
  • 23.3
  • Document Class Options
  • The Inked Rectangle: The Rulebox
  • 356
  • 23.3.1
  • Solid boxes
  • 356
  • 23.3.2
  • Struts
  • 358
  • 23.4
  • Sizing the Box in Relative Terms
  • 32
  • 358
  • 23.5
  • Saving Designs
  • 362
  • Part VII.
  • Enhancements to the Text
  • 369
  • 24
  • Creating Pictures and Graphics
  • 371
  • 3.10
  • 24.1
  • Creating Pictures in LATEX
  • 371
  • 24.1.1
  • Positioning the picture
  • 372
  • 24.1.2
  • Picture commands
  • 372
  • 24.1.3
  • TOC Option
  • Additional graphics packages
  • 374
  • 24.2
  • The xv Package
  • 376
  • 24.3
  • The XFig Package
  • 379
  • 24.4
  • The XPaint Package
  • 36
  • 382
  • 24.5
  • ImageMagick
  • 382
  • 24.6
  • GIMP
  • 386
  • 24.7
  • Packages for Ready Money
  • 388
  • Part II.
  • 25
  • Inserting Completed Pictures and Graphics
  • 391
  • 25.1
  • Step 1: Linking the Printer Driver and graphicx
  • 392
  • 25.2
  • Step 2: Size Information in the EPS File
  • 393
  • 25.2.1
  • Preparatory Tasks
  • The BoundingBox
  • 394
  • 25.2.2
  • The calc package
  • 396
  • 25.3
  • Step 3: Using the /includegraphics Command
  • 398
  • 25.4
  • //includegraphics Options
  • 3
  • 37
  • 401
  • 25.4.1
  • Resetting the BoundingBox
  • 402
  • 25.4.2
  • viewport: resetting the part of the picture to exhibit
  • 403
  • 25.4.3
  • Resetting exhibition width
  • 403
  • 4
  • 25.4.4
  • Resetting exhibition height
  • 404
  • 25.4.5
  • Scaling: another way to reset size
  • 404
  • 25.4.6
  • Resetting exhibition orientation
  • 405
  • 25.4.7
  • Constructing practice.tex, a Practice File
  • The interaction between size and orientation
  • 408
  • 39
  • 5
  • Setting Emacs Keys for Common Constructions
  • 45
  • 5.1
  • Writing in Emacs
  • 45
  • 2
  • 5.2
  • A Font Shape Template
  • 46
  • 5.3
  • A List Template
  • 48
  • 5.4
  • A Verbatim Template
  • 51
  • 5.5
  • Concepts: How LATEX Operates on Text
  • A Macro Template
  • 52
  • 5.6
  • A Logo Template
  • 53
  • 6
  • Viewing and Printing Marked Up Files
  • 55
  • 7
  • Dealing with Errors
Control code
40395671
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxi, 568 pages
Isbn
9780387987088
Isbn Type
(softcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
98051994
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Latex for Linux : a vade mecum, Bernice Sacks Lipkin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 525-532) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 7
  • 59
  • 7.1
  • Real Errors
  • 60
  • 7.2
  • Overfull and Underfull Lines and Pages
  • 64
  • 7.2.1
  • The overfull line
  • 64
  • 2.1
  • 7.2.2
  • The underfull line
  • 67
  • 7.2.3
  • The overfull page
  • 67
  • 7.2.4
  • The underfull page
  • 68
  • 7.2.5
  • Grammatical Elements
  • Other alerts
  • 68
  • Part III.
  • Writing LATEX
  • 71
  • 8
  • LATEX-Reserved Single-Character Commands
  • 73
  • 8.1
  • Single-Character Command Symbols
  • 8
  • 73
  • 8.2
  • Writing Special Symbols As Ordinary Text
  • 75
  • 8.3
  • Writing Aliases For Single Character Commands
  • 77
  • 8.4
  • Meta Level Mimicking Of Text Commands
  • 78
  • 2.2
  • 9
  • Single-Word Instructions
  • 81
  • 9.1
  • Font Features
  • 81
  • 9.2
  • Commands
  • 83
  • 9.2.1
  • Instructions to LATEX
  • The LATEX repertoire of commands
  • 84
  • 9.2.2
  • User-created new commands
  • 87
  • 9.3
  • Declarations
  • 88
  • 9.4
  • Environments
  • 9
  • 89
  • 9.4.1
  • Using an environment whose name is a defined declaration
  • 90
  • 9.4.2
  • Constructing an environment from an existing environment
  • 91
  • 9.4.3
  • Creating environments from scratch
  • 92
  • 2.2.1
  • 9.4.4
  • Trouble spots in creating a new environment
  • 93
  • 10
  • Newcommands and Macros
  • 95
  • 10.1
  • What a Macro Is
  • 95
  • 10.2
  • Commands
  • Exact Substitution
  • 95
  • 10.3
  • PlaceHolder Substitution
  • 96
  • 10.3.1
  • Composing the macro
  • 97
  • 10.3.2
  • Using the macro
  • 10
  • 98
  • 10.3.3
  • Revising a macro definition
  • 99
  • 10.4
  • Using LATEX Instructions in the Macro
  • 99
  • 10.4.1
  • Commands in the macro argument
  • 99
  • Part I.
  • 2.2.2
  • 10.4.2
  • Declarations in the macro argument
  • 100
  • 10.4.3
  • Environments and macros
  • 101
  • 10.5
  • Incorporating a Macro in a Macro
  • 103
  • 10.6
  • Declarations
  • The Complete Newcommand Format
  • 104
  • 10.7
  • Trouble Spots in Writing Macros
  • 107
  • 10.8
  • The Complete Newenvironment Format
  • 108
  • Part IV.
  • Formatting in Text Mode
  • 11
  • 111
  • 11
  • Fonts
  • 115
  • 11.1
  • Font Terminology
  • 116
  • 11.2
  • Commands/Declarations That Control Font Features
  • 118
  • 2.2.3
  • 11.2.1
  • Manipulating font family, series and shapes
  • 118
  • 11.2.2
  • Font sizes
  • 121
  • 11.2.3
  • Changing both font size and type style
  • 123
  • 11.3
  • Environments
  • Naming Conventions for Fonts
  • 123
  • 11.3.1
  • Classic TEX fonts
  • 123
  • 11.3.2
  • Using NFSS to classify names
  • 125
  • 11.3.3
  • Fonts supplied with LATEX
  • 12
  • 130
  • 11.4
  • The Directory Structure for Storing Fonts
  • 133
  • 11.5
  • To Load a New Font
  • 134
  • 11.5.1
  • Why load yet another font?
  • 134
  • 2.3
  • 11.5.2
  • To change the main font family for the entire document
  • 135
  • 11.5.3
  • To load an additional font from NFSS descriptors
  • 139
  • 11.5.4
  • The main font and the selectfont font
  • 145
  • 11.5.5
  • Basic Principles in Reading and Writing LATEX Commands
  • Behind the scenes in loading and using a font
  • 146
  • 12
  • Accents, Dingbats, Standard and Nonstandard Codes
  • 157
  • 12.1
  • The Fonts on Disk
  • 159
  • 12.1.1
  • Naming font files
  • 14
  • 159
  • 12.1.2
  • Directory names
  • 160
  • 12.1.3
  • To view and use a font table
  • 161
  • 12.2
  • The Standard ASCII Codes
  • 164
  • 2.4
  • 12.2.1
  • Built-In letter accents
  • 167
  • 12.2.2
  • Trademarks and registries
  • 168
  • 12.3
  • Nonstandard Coding Tables
  • 170
  • 12.3.1
  • Reading LATEX
  • The Scope of an Instruction
  • Dingbats
  • 172
  • 12.3.2
  • Saint Mary Road symbol fonts
  • 174
  • 12.3.3
  • European Computer Modern text fonts
  • 177
  • 12.3.4
  • text companion symbols
  • 15
  • 178
  • 12.3.5
  • Math symbol fonts
  • 179
  • 12.3.6
  • wasy symbol fonts
  • 181
  • 12.4
  • Nonstandard Sizes: Banners, Posters And Spreads
  • 182
  • 2.5
  • 13
  • Manipulating Space
  • 195
  • 13.1
  • Adding a Small Amount of Space Between Characters/Words
  • 195
  • 13.2
  • Adding Significant Space Between Words
  • 197
  • 13.3
  • LATEX Conventions
  • Adding Space Between Sentences
  • 200
  • 13.4
  • Adding Space Between Two Lines
  • 201
  • 13.4.1
  • Using \\ [length]
  • 201
  • 13.4.2
  • Using the \vspace command
  • 17
  • 202
  • 13.4.3
  • Using fixed size vertical skips
  • 203
  • 13.4.4
  • Filling vertical space up to what's needed
  • 204
  • 13.4.5
  • The /par command
  • 205
  • 3
  • 13.5
  • Changing the Permanent Spacing Between Lines
  • 205
  • 13.6
  • Adding a Blank Line Between Paragraphs
  • 205
  • 13.7
  • Adding Permanent Space Between Paragraphs
  • 206
  • 13.8
  • Document Classes
  • Double Spacing a Draft Copy
  • 206
  • 14
  • Lists
  • 209
  • 14.1
  • The Itemize List
  • 210
  • 14.2
  • The Enumerate List
  • 21
  • 212
  • 14.3
  • The Description List
  • 214
  • 14.4
  • Other Description List Styles
  • 216
  • 14.5
  • The Trivlist Environment
  • 219
  • 3.1
  • 15
  • Aligning and Indenting Text
  • 221
  • 15.1
  • Aligning the Text Horizontally
  • 221
  • 15.2
  • Raising Text
  • 223
  • 15.3
  • LATEX's Style of Styling Styles
  • Outdenting
  • 224
  • 15.4
  • Breaking Single Lines on the Right
  • 225
  • 15.5
  • Creating an Outline
  • 226
  • 15.6
  • Using Displayed Paragraph Formats
  • 1
  • 21
  • 228
  • 15.6.1
  • Quotation and quote environments
  • 228
  • 15.6.2
  • Verse environment
  • 229
  • 15.6.3
  • Center environment
  • 230
  • 3.2
  • 15.6.4
  • An ordinary description list
  • 231
  • 15.7
  • Simple Paragraph Indenting
  • 232
  • 15.8
  • Controlling the Degree of Indentation
  • 232
  • 16
  • Format of a Very Simple LATEX File
  • Floating Objects
  • 237
  • 16.1.1
  • General format
  • 237
  • 16.1.2
  • Usage
  • 239
  • 16.1.3
  • Subfigures
  • 23
  • 242
  • 16.1.4
  • Working text around a figure
  • 243
  • 16.1.5
  • Creating new float styles
  • 250
  • 16.1.6
  • Captions
  • 251
  • 3.3
  • 16.2
  • Marginal Notes
  • 252
  • 16.3.1
  • Tabs
  • 254
  • 16.3.2
  • The tabular environment
  • 258
  • 16.3.3
  • LATEX-defined Classes
  • Floats and multiple columns
  • 270
  • 17.1
  • Footnotes in Text
  • 273
  • 17.1.1
  • Footnote syntax in text
  • 274
  • 17.1.2
  • Shifting between numbers and symbols
  • 23
  • 275
  • 17.1.3
  • Numbering by symbol
  • 275
  • 17.1.4
  • Resetting the counter
  • 276
  • 17.1.5
  • Examples of numbering styles
  • 277
  • 3.4
  • 17.2
  • Footnotes in a Minipage
  • 279
  • 17.2.1
  • Minipage footnotes with independent numbering
  • 279
  • 17.2.2
  • Blending minipage and text footnotes
  • 281
  • 17.3
  • Slides
  • Changing Footnote Style
  • 284
  • 17.4
  • Footnote Modification Packages
  • 285
  • 18
  • Cross-Referencing
  • 287
  • 18.1
  • Referencing Numbered LATEX Objects
  • 24
  • 287
  • 18.2
  • Page References
  • 289
  • 18.3
  • Referencing Footnotes
  • 290
  • 18.4
  • Positioning the Label
  • 291
  • 1
  • 3.5
  • 18.4.1
  • The LATEX object is stylized
  • 291
  • 18.4.2
  • The LATEX object is not stylized
  • 292
  • 19
  • Literal Text and Silent Text
  • 295
  • 19.1
  • Letters
  • Verbatim Text
  • 295
  • 19.2
  • Writing Notes To Yourself
  • 299
  • 19.2.1
  • Using the %
  • 299
  • 19.2.2
  • Invisible reminders
  • 25
  • 299
  • 19.2.3
  • Visible reminders
  • 300
  • 19.2.4
  • The LATEX /typeout and /typein commands
  • 301
  • Part V.
  • Formatting in Math Mode
  • 303
  • 3.6
  • 20
  • Math Symbols, Alphabets and Grammar
  • 305
  • 20.1
  • Built-in Symbols
  • 306
  • 20.1.1
  • Greek letters, booleans, integrals and sums
  • 306
  • 20.1.2
  • Articles
  • Some common mathematical operators
  • 307
  • 20.1.3
  • Math accents
  • 308
  • 20.1.4
  • Adding ordinary text in math mode
  • 309
  • 20.2
  • Modifying the Appearance of Equations
  • 29
  • 310
  • 20.2.1
  • Changing math type style
  • 310
  • 20.2.2
  • Space wedges
  • 312
  • 20.2.3
  • Size
  • 313
  • 3.7
  • 20.2.4
  • Creating a New Math Alphabet Command Name
  • 315
  • 20.2.5
  • Adding Math Symbols
  • 318
  • 20.3
  • Writing, Protecting and Revising Math Macros
  • 320
  • 20.3.1
  • Reports
  • Writing a math macro
  • 320
  • 20.3.2
  • Redefining the math macro
  • 321
  • 20.4
  • Lemmas, Axioms and Conjectures
  • 322
  • 21
  • Single Line Math Modes
  • 30
  • 325
  • 21.1
  • Unnumbered Equation in Running Text
  • 325
  • 21.2
  • displaymath for a Single Unnumbered Equation
  • 326
  • 21.3
  • A Numbered Equation on a Separate Line
  • 327
  • 3.8
  • 22
  • Arrays: Multi-Line Math Mode
  • 329
  • 22.1
  • Creating an Array
  • 329
  • Part VI.
  • Formatting in Box Mode
  • 337
  • 23
  • What a LATEX Command Does
  • Books
  • Box Mode
  • 339
  • 23.1
  • The Single Line Box: \makebox, \framebox
  • 340
  • 23.1.1
  • The \makebox and \mbox commands
  • 340
  • 23.1.2
  • \framebox and \fbox commands
  • 30
  • 341
  • 23.1.3
  • Changing the appearance of the frame
  • 342
  • 23.1.4
  • Fancy frames
  • 344
  • 23.2
  • The Paragraph Box: Parboxes and Minipages
  • 345
  • 3.9
  • 23.2.1
  • The parbox
  • 345
  • 23.2.2
  • The minipage environment
  • 348
  • 23.2.3
  • Framing the minipage
  • 354
  • 23.3
  • Document Class Options
  • The Inked Rectangle: The Rulebox
  • 356
  • 23.3.1
  • Solid boxes
  • 356
  • 23.3.2
  • Struts
  • 358
  • 23.4
  • Sizing the Box in Relative Terms
  • 32
  • 358
  • 23.5
  • Saving Designs
  • 362
  • Part VII.
  • Enhancements to the Text
  • 369
  • 24
  • Creating Pictures and Graphics
  • 371
  • 3.10
  • 24.1
  • Creating Pictures in LATEX
  • 371
  • 24.1.1
  • Positioning the picture
  • 372
  • 24.1.2
  • Picture commands
  • 372
  • 24.1.3
  • TOC Option
  • Additional graphics packages
  • 374
  • 24.2
  • The xv Package
  • 376
  • 24.3
  • The XFig Package
  • 379
  • 24.4
  • The XPaint Package
  • 36
  • 382
  • 24.5
  • ImageMagick
  • 382
  • 24.6
  • GIMP
  • 386
  • 24.7
  • Packages for Ready Money
  • 388
  • Part II.
  • 25
  • Inserting Completed Pictures and Graphics
  • 391
  • 25.1
  • Step 1: Linking the Printer Driver and graphicx
  • 392
  • 25.2
  • Step 2: Size Information in the EPS File
  • 393
  • 25.2.1
  • Preparatory Tasks
  • The BoundingBox
  • 394
  • 25.2.2
  • The calc package
  • 396
  • 25.3
  • Step 3: Using the /includegraphics Command
  • 398
  • 25.4
  • //includegraphics Options
  • 3
  • 37
  • 401
  • 25.4.1
  • Resetting the BoundingBox
  • 402
  • 25.4.2
  • viewport: resetting the part of the picture to exhibit
  • 403
  • 25.4.3
  • Resetting exhibition width
  • 403
  • 4
  • 25.4.4
  • Resetting exhibition height
  • 404
  • 25.4.5
  • Scaling: another way to reset size
  • 404
  • 25.4.6
  • Resetting exhibition orientation
  • 405
  • 25.4.7
  • Constructing practice.tex, a Practice File
  • The interaction between size and orientation
  • 408
  • 39
  • 5
  • Setting Emacs Keys for Common Constructions
  • 45
  • 5.1
  • Writing in Emacs
  • 45
  • 2
  • 5.2
  • A Font Shape Template
  • 46
  • 5.3
  • A List Template
  • 48
  • 5.4
  • A Verbatim Template
  • 51
  • 5.5
  • Concepts: How LATEX Operates on Text
  • A Macro Template
  • 52
  • 5.6
  • A Logo Template
  • 53
  • 6
  • Viewing and Printing Marked Up Files
  • 55
  • 7
  • Dealing with Errors
Control code
40395671
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxi, 568 pages
Isbn
9780387987088
Isbn Type
(softcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
98051994
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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