**LATEX Tutorials: A Primer**

by E. Krishnan

**Publisher**: Indian TEX Users Group 2003**Number of pages**: 155

**Description**:

Contents: The Basics; The Document; Bibliography; Bibliographic Databases; Table of contents, Index and Glossary; Displayed Text; Rows and Columns; Typesetting Mathematics; Typesetting Theorems; Several Kinds of Boxes; Floats; Cross References in LATEX; Footnotes, Marginpars, and Endnotes.

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