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12 great resources for getting started with LaTeX

After writing a five minute guide to LaTeX, I’d like to summarize some of the best resources for LaTeX beginners. When performing a Google search, you’ll find way too much information. Knowing what resources to use is key for a successful start with LaTeX and this post will help you with that.

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Update: New way of answering questions

This blog is getting more and more popular and therefore more and more comments are being posted. In order to help everyone as quick as possible, with answers that are easy to understand, I’ll use writeLaTeX.com to answer questions. Since this way of answering question is a probably new to you, this post will help you with the basics. Quite

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Five minute guide to LaTeX

Together with a friend of mine, I’ve written a beginners guide for LaTeX. The main goal of the guide was to keep things simple and to convince MS Word users to write proper documents with LaTeX. The result? Four pages of text, explaining the basics of LaTeX. The content of the guide is filled with examples. This, in our opinion,

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Follow howtoTeX.com on twitter!

I’ve finally joined twitter for the blog! This was a long awaited item on my to do list and I’ve even received a couple of emails from readers with the request for a twitter account (thanks for that, feedback is greatly appreciated). Follow howtoTeX.com on twitter: @howtoTeX On this twitter account I will not only tweet about posts on this

Plain CV in LaTeX

A guide to building a plain and simple LaTeX CV

I got some requests of people that wanted to see a LaTeX template for a curriculum vitae (CV) or resume. Quite a lot of such templates can be found on the internet. However, the readers of this blog are probably interested in LaTeX as I am, so I decided to make some kind of ‘step-by-step’ guide. This post will enable

Control your Table of Contents

Something I’ve been struggling a lot with in the past is the suppression of, for instance, the appendix in the Table of Contents. Mostly, it is enough to show that the appendices start at a certain page and not to show the sections/chapters that are in the appendices. But also the other way around: showing a section in the Table